Record fines imposed following prosecution under Data Protection Act

A firm of loss adjusters and two senior officials have been fined under the Data Protection Act for tasking private investigators illegally to access bank records.

£150,000 + fines (a record for the Information Commission) were imposed.

Richard Horwell QC and Robert Morris were instructed by the Information Commissioner’s Office.

Click here to read the article from the Guardian.

8th January 2018

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