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60% Of British Adults And 80% Of Young Teenagers Suffered Harm Online In The Last 12 Months – The UK Debate About The Need To Regulate The Internet Continues Apace
Britain's data protection and broadcasting regulators, the Information Commissioner's Office and Ofcom, have published a joint Report looking into internet users' concerns about online harms.
UK
3 Jul 2019
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Sense Or Censorship? UK Government Publishes White Paper On Tackling Online Harms
The UK Government has published a White Paper outlining its approach towards regulating the internet to tackle online harms.
UK
27 May 2019
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ICO Takes Enforcement Action Against Brexit Campaigners
On 6 July 2018, the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) issued an enforcement notice against AggregateIQ for failing to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 (GDPR).
European Union
2 Oct 2018
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The Digital Beyond: Facebook Ordered To Disclose Circumstances Around Deleted Profile
In the recent case of Sabados v Facebook Ireland [2018], the English High Court ordered Facebook to disclose the identity of a mystery individual who requested that the platform delete the profile of a deceased user of the platform.
UK
26 Sep 2018
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What Big Data, Political Advertising And Big Fines Have In Common
Less than 30 days after issuing a Notice of Intent to fine Facebook, the ICO issued a further penalty as a result of the investigation
UK
4 Sep 2018
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Finland Introduces New Information Society Code
The Information Society Code (2014/917) (Code) – a new act in Finland on electronic communications, privacy, data security, communications, and the information society in general – took effect 1 January.
Finland
17 Feb 2015
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Court Ruling Reinforces The 'Right To Be Forgotten' On Social Media Sites
The "right to be forgotten" is a hot topic of discussion in the context of imminent EU Data Protection Reform.
European Union
12 Nov 2013
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U.S. Court Permits Service By Facebook Message Against UK Defendant
A U.S. District court ruled that a UK defendant may be served via Facebook.
United States
28 Oct 2013
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