Region: England

UK supermarket liable for data leak as an employer, lawyer argues

Counsel to claimants against Morrisons has told the Court of Appeal of England and Wales that a data leak by a rogue employee falls under common law rather than data protection statute, as the supermarket was not the data controller when the conduct occurred.

10 October 2018

UK supermarket denies liability for rogue employee data leak

Counsel to Morrisons has told the Court of Appeal of England and Wales that data protection rules exempt the supermarket from common law vicarious liability for a leak of payroll data by a disgruntled employee.

09 October 2018

English court cans attempted Google class action

An English judge has dismissed an attempted class action against Google, despite saying it is arguable that the company’s alleged secret tracking of Apple iPhone users was wrongful and a breach of duty.

08 October 2018

UK health insurer fined over security failures

The UK Information Commissioner’s Office has fined healthcare insurer Bupa £175,000 for failing to have effective security measures in place to protect customers’ personal information.

28 September 2018

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