Monthly Archives: March 2020

Center Parcs unlawfully discloses employees’ personal information

The discovery Matthew McConville, Head of Irvings Law’s Data Breach department was instructed by several employees of Center Parcs following a member of their staff emailing a spreadsheet entitled “Housekeeping Brief” but it was in fact a spreadsheet containing personal

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Man wins case against ex-employer following breach

Discovery Mr A was previously employed by a care home provider. Mr A left this employment in June 2019 and upon leaving the said employment, he requested that his personnel file was returned to him. The reason why Mr A

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Lancashire County Council sued for serious breach

We all understand that Local Authorities must keep detailed records on the children under their care and supervision and their families. They also have a legal obligation to keep such sensitive and personal records confidential, except from the professional people

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Mobile phone contents downloaded to a stranger

Discovery There is nothing more personal and sensitive than the entire contents of your mobile phone. We all have a responsibility to keep our phones safe and password protected but what if data was lost and the culprit turned out

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