More than two-thirds of ICO fines issued since January 2019 havent been paid

Of 21 fines handed out between January 2019 and August 2020, just nine have been collected by the ICO


Marriott slapped with £18.4m ICO fine for data breach

A cyber-attack on Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide in 2014 is estimated by Marriott to have left the records of 339m worldwide guests vulnerable


The UK will be implementing a new code to keep children safe from online harm

The UK Information Commissioner’s Office has created a new code of 15 principles that aim to make the internet a safer place for children, including the prevention of self-harm or


More than 40 per cent of ICO fines havent been paid

Since 2015, 42 per cent of the total fine amount handed out by the ICO hasnt been paid


More than half of consumers don’t believe online privacy is possible – report

In a recent survey conducted by FigLeaf, a privacy-first company, it was found that 68 per cent of consumers in the US and UK don’t believe online privacy is possible,


IAB Europe releases updated GDPR-related transparency and consent guidelines

Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) Europe has worked with the IAB Tech Lab to release the second iteration of its Transparency and Consent Framework (TCF), which was introduced to support digital


ICO slams ad tech industry for failure to comply with data protection laws

13 months on from the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the UK’s data protection authority, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), has released a report to point out


Over 40 per cent of US news sites are still blocked in Europe a year after GDPR

This past weekend, the one-year anniversary of the implementation of GDPR and, as has been made very clear recently, more has to be done to get it right. One area


None the wiser: Why we’re still in the dark about the impact of GDPR

Grant Coleman, EVP of EMEA at Emarsys, looks at why GDPR still isnt doing what it was introduced to do, despite us being one year on from its implementation Cast


UK businesses are still falling way short on GDPR compliance: report

We’re just a day short of the one-year anniversary of GDPR and still the majority of UK businesses are in breach of the rules set out in the European Union

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