BBC News Reports that the ICO Intends to Fine Facebook £500,000 for Data Breaches
Published on: 11th July 2018
By PYXI GDPR Team
The first public details of the fines intended to be applied to Facebook have now appeared. The BBC News website reports:
"The UK's data protection watchdog intends to fine Facebook £500,000 for data breaches - the maximum allowed. The Information Commissioner's Office said Facebook had failed to ensure another company - Cambridge Analytica - had deleted users' data." BBC News
The story also reports on further investigations that are underway into the actions of other businesses that may have shared Facebook users' data illegally.
You can read the full story here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-44785151#
PYXI GDPR Team: 11th Jul 2018 07:40:00
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