Data protection ppt

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Introduction to the Data Protection Act

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Data protection ppt

  1. 1. Data ProtectionThe Data Protection Act 1998
  2. 2. People using their mobile phone on O2smobile networks in the UK to browsewebsites have been inadvertentlyhanding over their phone number to thewebsite owner.The privacy breach means that siteowners could be collecting the phonenumbers of visitors which could then beused for telephone and SMS marketingwithout the phone owners consent.The Information Commissioners Officesaid it is considering whether toinvestigate further, a spokesman saidthere was no immediate breach of theData Protection Act. A mobile phonenumber on its own is not classed as"personally identifying information"(PII), because it does not identify anindividual on its own.
  3. 3. The problem• Huge amounts of data about you can be stored on computer, and easily searched. That data can be lost, stolen or transferred to another country easily.• People need protection from careless or inaccurate processing of data about them, they also need to be able to see what data is being held about them.
  4. 4. Personal and Sensitive information• Personal • Sensitive• Data that relates to a • Data about matters living individual who such as mental health, can be identified from trade union that data membership or sexual• Either on its own or by orientation. combining with other information held.
  5. 5. How much does it cost to get full access from the local council? http://www.westberks.gov.uk/index.aspx?articleid=4059
  6. 6. Fixing it• An individual can ask the Information Commissioner to judge whether Data Protection has been breached• They can go to court to get wrong information corrected, deleted or clarified• They can get compensation for any harm (and associated distress)• The court can also prevent processing that causes someone substantial harm• The court can enforce access to the data
  7. 7. Silly people abusing the Act – it happens

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