Elizabeth Denham, Information Commissioner tribute to His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh.
From contact tracing apps to temperature checks at airports, from businesses recording customers’ details to organisations sharing health data to help the vulnerable, it is clear that the responsible use of personal data has been vital in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Data is the lifeblood of the digital economy, and the sharing of personal data is key to opening up new opportunities.
Having left the EU, the Secretary of State for the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport now holds powers to make independent UK data adequacy arrangements with new partners around the world, making it easier for organisations to send data internationally.
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The use of personal data is often key to helping organisations improve how their own services can be delivered more efficiently.
The Digital Regulation Cooperation Forum (DRCF) today outlined its priorities for the coming year, marking a step-change in coordination of regulation across digital and online services.
In a year where the challenges of the pandemic have prompted digital innovation in so many aspects of our lives, it is no surprise that campaigning for the upcoming elections in England, Scotland and Wales will be a little different.
Two separate companies that sent nuisance text messages during the Covid-19 pandemic have been fined a total of £330,000 by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO).
As you have heard, I was due to deliver this lecture in person, twelve months ago.
Initial findings from industry research set up by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) shows that three quarters of businesses surveyed are aware of the Children’s Code.