LINC (Laboratoire d'innovation numérique de la CNIL) publie son 5ème cahier Innovation et prospective intitulé : " La plateforme d'une ville – Les données personnelles au cœur de la fabrique de la smart city ». [...]
Source: CNIL
Tribune d'Isabelle Falque-Pierrotin publiée dans les pages Débats du Monde le 29 décembre 2016 [...]
Source: CNIL
Elizabeth Denham, Information Commissioner, said: “We will look carefully at the individual evidence provided by the Daily Mail to see if, and where, any rules have been broken and what learning there is for wider practice in this area. “Personal data belongs to the individual and that [...]
Source: UK Information Commissioner’s Office
The ICO's Mike Shaw blogs following recent convictions against NHS employees. [...]
Source: UK Information Commissioner’s Office
Innovative new research into children's online privacy and also medical data sharing and consent has been funded by the Information Commissioner's Office. [...]
Source: UK Information Commissioner’s Office
A nursing auxiliary has been fined for accessing a patient's medical records without a valid legal reason. [...]
Source: UK Information Commissioner’s Office
Mae nyrs gynorthwyol wedi'i dirwyo am gyrchu cofnodion meddygol claf heb reswm cyfreithiol dilys. [...]
Source: UK Information Commissioner’s Office
We often get asked about how much a complaint is “worth” in settlement terms, by both complainants and respondents. To be honest, very few of our complaints settle for money. The resolution is usually non-financial, like the release of information or a decent apology. However, we want to be helpful, and [...]
Source: Office of the Privacy Commissioner, New Zealand – Blogs
Should a business use social media to shame scam artists, shoplifters or bad debtors? When someone feels ripped off, this appears a natural course of action but it is a risky path to go down. Our advice is if you believe you have evidence that a crime has been committed, [...]
Source: Office of the Privacy Commissioner, New Zealand – Blogs
Private sector health service providers will be required to notify affected individuals and the Australian Information Commissioner of data breaches that are likely to cause serious harm under the Notifiable Data Breaches (NDB) scheme. [...]
Source: Office of the Australian Information Commissioner