What is the 'right to be forgotten'?
Everything you need to know about the EU's data-removal ruling
ICO appoints Data Ethics Advisor with a focus on GDPR
Ellis Parry will join the regulator to ensure it contributes to discussions on data ethics
ICO calls for police to curb their use of facial recognition
Data commissioner says authorities need to 'stop and take a breath'
Facebook agrees to pay £500,000 ICO fine
However, the social media giant has made no admission of liability
ICO issues guidance in the event of a 'no-deal' Brexit
With additional measure likely to be placed upon the flow of data from the EEA, the UK's regulator urges businesses to be ready
MPs demand social media chats of Downing Street advisors
Staff are thought to have discussed Brexit no-deal planning through personal channels like WhatsApp and Facebook messenger
Employees warned against holding on to data when quitting
ICO says it will take a tough stance against those found in breach of Data Protection Act 2018
What is the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO)?
Who is the Information Commissioner, what powers do they have, and how will the ICO enforce GDPR?
Sadiq Khan concerned over facial recognition at King's Cross
The mayor of London has written to the developer calling for clearer regulation of the technology
GDPR fines: How high are they, and how can you avoid them?
A look at the various reasons why a company may find itself facing regulatory action
Heathrow Airport and NHS Digital join ICO sandbox projects
The UK regulator will oversee the development of data-reliant services to ensure GDPR compliance
What is a data protection officer?
Find out what the data protection officer role involves and who you need to hire
Businesses more reliant on ICO as data breach reports rise
Fourfold increase in organisations reporting data breaches points to big year ahead as GDPR fines begin rolling in
ICO neuters UK police use of facial recognition technology
Forces must assess data protection risks and eradicate racial bias from the software or face GDPR action
British Airways faces record £183m ICO GDPR fine
The penalty represents 1.5% of the firm’s annual turnover for hacks that affected 500,000 people
Manchester business boss illegally sold data
Director of No1 Accident Claims Limited raked in £1,434,679 profit from motor accident data illegally obtained and sold
Illegal data farm found in Liverpool and raided by ICO
ICO enforcement officers exercise warrant and seize computers from two addresses in Merseyside
What is the Data Protection Act 1998?
Despite GDPR coming into force businesses may still find themselves sanctioned under the 1998 act
The regulator responsible for data protection laws says a website upgrade will arrive next week
Businesses spending more to fulfil employee SARs
Report shows quarter of requests involve workers trying to find out what their company holds on them
ICO to pull back the curtain on digital companies
Regulator launches 'Be Data Aware' campaign to help people understand how organisations use their data
£120,000 ICO fine allegedly based on inaccurate information
The fined company was accused of working with a third-party to distribute more than four million unsolicited text messages
The ICO compels HMRC to delete 5m biometric records
The action was prompted after the records were found to be collected unethically since January 2017