ICO finalises £20m fine against British Airways

16/10/2020 | IAPP

The wait for one of the U.K. Information Commissioner's Office's most stringent enforcement actions is over. The ICO announced £20 million British Airways fine — the DPA's largest fine to date — over violations of the GDPR in relation to a 2018 data breach affecting more than 400,000 customers. Read further analysis of the ICO reduced BA fine including the rationale used for the decrease is available from 11KBW, Panopticon Blog.

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