Labour bought data on 1m mothers and their children

The British Labour party bought data on more than 1 million new and expectant mothers and their children from a leading baby club ahead of the 2017 general election. The Information Commissioner’s Office has issued a notice of intent to fine Emma’s Diary £140,000 for the infraction.

Country: UK

Domains: Privacy

Tags: political profiling, DPA, UK, personal data

Posted on Wednesday 11 July 2018

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