In-house News Bulletin -September 2014

In-house News Bulletin -September 2014

 

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Data Protection

There have been a couple of stark warnings to employees tempted to breach data privacy rights.

  • In August it was reported that the Information Commissioner’s office, the ICO, fined a banker £880 for snooping on colleagues’ bank accounts. The employee who had access to view customer bank accounts in his money laundering investigating role allowed curiosity to get the better of him and looked at some colleagues’ bank accounts for salary information. He was found guilty of unlawfully obtaining or accessing personal data under the Data Protection Act 1998, s 55. For more information on complying with the data protection regime, see our Practice Note:

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About the author:
Helen Hart studied in Cardiff and Germany and qualified as a solicitor in 1998 after a training contract at Allen & Overy in London and Frankfurt. She spent over six years working in-house at Centrica plc and Palm Europe Limited focusing mainly on consumer, advertising and data protection law before returning to private practice at Stevens & Bolton where she was an associate in the corporate and commercial team. She worked for a legal publisher between 2008 and 2012 and has also worked in local government library services. Her main areas of expertise are general commercial law, advertising law and consumer law.