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Data protection claims: With so much data being stored by companies and organisations, data breaches are becoming inherently more of common. Data law can be complicated, but it’s now higher in people’s minds than ever before. Contact us if you think you may have a claim.
Businesses’ reputations can be easily tarnished for a number of reasons, recently we are seeing a rise in data breaches which are having a negative impact.
In today’s online world, cyber criminals are trying to take advantage of the ability to access our personal data, including names, dates of birth, email address, passwords and phone numbers.
Hospitality businesses re-opening on 4th July 2020 would be under an obligation to record the contact details of customers for at least 21 days in the event they are required to assist with the test and trace scheme.
A report on Police mobile phone extractions from the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has highlighted that Police forces have been inconsistent in the way they gather data.
A Court in the Netherlands has recently ruled that a Grandmother must delete photographs of her grandchildren from her Facebook and Pinterest account.
A recent study from the Carnegie Mellon University security and privacy institute has revealed that only around one third of people change their passwords following a data breach.
On 25th May 2020, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) “attributed 337 data breaches in the fourth quarter of 2019 to the perennial issue of data being “emailed to incorrect recipient”.
One of the ICO’s main roles is to ensure organisations are aware of and comply with their data protection obligations, i.e. that organisations or companies keep the personal information of employees and customers safe and secure.
Latest research suggests that almost half of UK organisations have been reported to the Information Commissioners Office (ICO) over a breach, since the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force two years ago.
Cookies are small text files that a website will put on your browsing history whilst you are viewing that website and can sometimes store enough data about a person to enable that person to be identified
The rationale behind the new NHSX app is to alert people “if they have been in close contact with someone who later reports positive for Covid-19.” so individuals will be able to comply with social distancing measures much quicker.
Although Brexit is now over, the UK has thankfully not escaped the provisions of GDPR that is vastly becoming a significant and fundamental protection of our privacy and human rights.
The Data Protection Act (DPA) 1998 was the legislation which governed how data should be stored and processed, but this has now changed due to the introduction of the Data Protection Act 2018 and GDPR.
Before 2018, if someone had their data breached, they would have to prove how this privacy violation has affected them. However, the Court has now reformed this.
As your Solicitor, our role is to help you obtain financial compensation which is owed to you as a result of a data breach.