Tag: Information Commissioner’s Office
Intel to use facial recognition, 3D athlete-tracking at Tokyo Olympics
Facial recognition technology at King’s Cross ‘not used since March 2018’
Facebook ‘considering hiding like counts’
Uber fined £385,000 over cyber attack
Students realise internet is real: concern of internet follies harming job prospects
News flash: the internet isn't some otherwordly place of no consequence to the "real" world. What happens on the internet does NOT stay on the internet, it will follow you around. 42% of students are becoming concerned that some…
Security watchdog the ICO is currently looking at 277 "data breaches" in the UK
At the moment it’s all about banking crisis and how shares aren’t even worth wasting a match on burning the certificates, but cast you minds back a year or so ago. Back when there was only one issue on our minds – data privacy.
Since the numerous high-profile cases of last year, when the government couldn’t stop leaving discs, laptops and USB drives all over the place, the UK Information Commissioner’s Office has received 277 new complaints and warnings about people’s personal data possibly being held in insecure fashions.
The NHS is the biggest culprit, with 75 outstanding cases of possible embarrassing fact-disclosure currently on the books of the ICO…