• A company targeted at new mothers is facing a fine for selling data to Labour for its general election campaign

    2 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    The UK's data watchdog plans to fine Emma's Diary, which offers advice to expectant mothers, £140,000 for selling people's personal information to the Labour Party.
    The data was used in Labour's general election campaign in 2017, according to the Information Commissioner's Office, but sharing that information was illegal.
    Lifecycle Marketing, the company behind Emma's Diary, claims that it was not given the chance to respond to ICO before the report was published.
    Emma's Diary, a company that offers advice to women and new parents, is facing a fine from the UK's data watchdog for selling...
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  • Facebook faces small but symbolic UK fine over data protection breaches

    2 monthes ago - By Reuters

    Britain's information regulator slapped Facebook with a small but symbolic fine for breaches of data protection law after millions of users' data was improperly accessed by consultancy Cambridge Analytica.
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  • Emma's Diary faces fine for selling new mums' data to Labour

    2 monthes ago - By BBC

    UK's data watchdog plans to fine the owner of the Emma's Diary baby advice and gift service £140,000.
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