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Adult websites are harvesting your most intimate data

Adult websites are harvesting your most intimate data

The lack of consent has caused an uproar with individuals and organisations processing and handling personal data. With experts warning users who navigate around pornography sites, that their data is being shared with third parties.

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ICO target unsafe data practices

ICO target unsafe data practices

Action taken by the ICO against nuisance marketers

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Marriotts International fined a massive £99 million under the GDPR

Marriotts International fined a massive £99 million under the GDPR

After the ICO’s extensive investigation they decided to issue Marriott International a whopping £99,200,396 for infringements of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

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Porn Block Delayed...

Porn Block Delayed...

The porn block has now been delayed, we are expecting an official announcement today. In a big win for privacy campaigners, the government has decided to delay the legislation indefinitely.

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LaLiga

LaLiga

The Spanish Data Protection Agency, the AEPD, have fined the professional Football League for failing to comply with basic regulations in the GDPR regarding trust and transparency.

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MI5

MI5

The ‘mass collection of data of innocent citizens’ says, Megan Goulding. Mi5 have been wrongly holding people’s data through surveillance or hacking programmes.

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UK Porn Blocked...

UK Porn Blocked...

UK porn blocked is privacy timebomb, a new report warns with identity checks for pornographic websites to be introduced in July.

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Regulation on Privacy and Electronic Communications

Regulation on Privacy and Electronic Communications

The European Commission proposed its "Regulation on Privacy and Electronic Communications" at the start of 2017, aiming to replace the EU’s current ePrivacy Directive and put in place an important pillar of the Union’s Digital Single Market Strategy in order “to reinforce trust and security in the Digital Single Market” and compliment GDPR.

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Firefox 67 - A privacy leader?

Firefox 67 - A privacy leader?

In August of 2018, Mozilla announced that Firefox would block trackers by default. This is currently an ongoing process.

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