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Information Commissioner’s Office to question government over gov.uk plans

The Information Commissioner’s Office has begun to question the government about its supposed plans to collect personal data from users of the gov.uk website.

HMRC to delete 5 million voice records

HMRC have been forced to delete five million voice files that were obtained without consent. As reported by the BBC, HMRC failed to get the necessary consent from individuals before they were signed up to a voice ID system for telephone enquiries.

Data and Marketing Association: No deal could threaten UK creative industries

Zach Thornton is the External Affairs Manager at the Data & Marketing Authority. The training arm of the DMA, the Institute of Direct & Digital Marketing, featured in the Review in September. He explains the effects that Brexit has had on the data and marketing industry, stating that leaving without a deal could threaten the global status of the UK’s creative industries.

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