Data Protection Commissioner signals blockbuster fines for multinationals on the way

Data Protection Commissioner signals blockbuster fines for multinationals on the way

21/02/2020 04:30:00

Data Protection Commissioner signals blockbuster fines for multinationals on the way

The Irish Data Protection Commissioner has given the clearest signal yet that huge fines may be imposed on technology multinational firms under investigation here.

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What abour Tusla, any issue with their data breach, any fines going there, nope, any repercussions, nope, any person at taking responsibility beyond saying sorry, nope

Dixon signals blockbuster data fines on the wayThe Irish Data Protection Commissioner has given the clearest signal yet that huge fines may be imposed on technology multinational firms under investigation here.

DPC: 75 separate data breaches by TuslaTusla is the subject of an inquiry by the Data Protection Commission after the contact and location details of a mother and child victim were “accidentally” disclosed to their alleged abuser.

Tusla focus of data compliance inquiries under GDPRThree statutory inquiries have been opened into the child and family agency, Tusla, in relation to its compliance with GDPR since the EU-wide regulation came into effect in May 2018. Only 3? That can't be right. But Tulsa being investigated for over 70 breaches in a year! This Corrupt Secret Organisation Cult should be closed down immediately! Affecting huge numbers of children and parents nationwide through illegalities, inhuman activities! Pat Rabbit overseeing everything! Massive incompetence.

DPC: 75 separate data breaches by TuslaTusla is the subject of an inquiry by the Data Protection Commission after the contact and location details of a mother and child victim were “accidentally” disclosed to their alleged abuser.

Survey might quieten calls for a Border poll - but key data will offer hope to republicansSurveys of public opinion lead to cherry-picking of the results according to political preferences. Let me save partisans the bother and view Northern Ireland's largest general election face-to-face study, carried out by Liverpool University, from differing perspectives. This smart border wouldn't work so easily given the costs to everyone - it would close companies that are just breaking even or not turning significant profit, but it would affect all companies and require IT changes in public services - it's not practical in my view. So it’s changed by 25% in 6 months? Cost Republic billions and we get nothing in return

Credit-score scandal fear as 15,000 given wrong rating during data breachMore than 15,000 people may be due substantial compensation after the State’s biggest financial credit rating body admitted mixing up sensitive credit scores during a data breach.