- ICO: Information Commissioner’s Office – GDPR
What’s next for data ethics?
In November 2019 I blogged about the ICO appointing Ellis Parry as our first data ethics adviser, to lead our participation in the lively debate about where the GDPR’s legal principles and purely ethical considerations overlap, separate and potentially even conflict. […]
Information Commissioner’s Opinion addresses privacy...
Facial recognition technology brings benefits that can make aspects of our lives easier, more efficient and more secure. The technology allows us to unlock our mobile phones, set up a bank account online, or go through passport control. […]
ICO fines national takeaway pizza company for...
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has fined Papa John’s (GB) Limited £10,000 for sending 168,022 nuisance marketing messages to its customers without the valid consent required by law. &nbs […]
Elizabeth Denham welcomes a delay to the launch of the...
Information Commissioner Elizabeth Denham said: "I welcome the decision to delay the launch of the General Practice Data for Planning and Research (GPDPR) data collection scheme." […]
- What’s next for data ethics?