UPDATE: Labour party experienced data breach

08/11/2021 | Infosecurity Magazine

The Labour Party confirmed a company that handles membership data had experienced a breach in which “a significant quantity” of party data has been left “inaccessible on their systems.” The incident has been reported to the ICO and the National Crime Agency (NCA), who are investigating. 

UPDATE: 051121 - The Register discusses the breach in more detail including who holds ex-members data and on what legal basis?

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