Apr 25th 2017

Decision Marketing – Met Police under fire over shotgun security mailshot

As originally published on Decision Marketing on April 21st 2017 The Metropolitan Police has been accused of compromising the data of 30,000 firearm and shotgun owners living in London after seemingly handing over their details to a commercial company for a direct mail campaign promoting an “invisible ink” security marking service. The campaign, under the […]

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Apr 20th 2017

Aberdeen Press and Journal – Council set to introduce controversial parking app at centre of data breach scandal

As originally published in the Aberdeen Press and Journal on 20/04/2017 Aberdeen is poised to introduce a controversial parking system which has recently exposed the personal details of hundreds of drivers across the UK. Motorists who use the current Parking by Phone have been contacted by council chiefs informing them that the authority would be […]

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Apr 5th 2017

Manchester Evening News – Calls for tougher rules on drones after devices were used to spy on sunbathers and look into homes

Drones were used to spy on sunbathers, peer into homes and in multiple prison smuggling attempts, according to 400 complaints made in Greater Manchester last year. Pilots and privacy campaigners have called for tougher rules on the devices after a dramatic surge in incidents. Data released following a Freedom of Information request to police reveals […]

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