Charities, industry and global partners among those ministers are talking to as part of efforts to address challenges posed by AI to online news.
Charities are urged by the Information Commissioner’s Office to ensure staff and volunteers have access to effective data protection training and that information breaches are properly reported and recorded.
The introduction of GDPR is seen as a key factor in a dramatic increase in the number of reports of data breaches to the Information Commissioners’ Office.
Watchdog warning follows National Fraud Intelligence Bureau report that at least 50% of UK organisations have been victims of insider fraud in last year.
Government calls for better apps and ‘digital technology-for-good’ to boost democratic innovation and bolster charities’ work across age ranges, among other proposals.
Royal Society for Public Health campaign aims to raise awareness of te risks of overuse of social media, and encourage digital bingers to reflect on health and well-being issues.
Data governance regulator hits UK charities with £138,000 in fines – and that’s before penalties for GDPR non-compliance have started to bite the Third Sector…
Charity’s poll of pupils suggests that margins of digital threat for young Web users are rising in key risk areas, but also that 7-16 year-olds continue to draw many positives from their online lives.
Report urges greater understanding of how digital innovation can help people with MS stay out of hospital, and empower them to take greater control over the quality of their lives.
Organisations are invited to bid for a series of grants from the ICO to develop innovative digital privacy solutions. Favoured tech includes machine learning, big data and biometrics.