Home Office breached GDPR 100 times

02/03/2020 | Infosecurity Magazine

The Home Office has admitted that it breached the GDPR 100 times between March and August 2019 over its handling of EU citizens’ data, according to the Independent Chief Inspectorate of Borders and Immigration.

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