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Europe Data Protection Digest | Ruling Could Open Breach Compensation “Floodgates” Related reading: A guide to operationalizing privacy by design

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SC Magazine reports on the ruling in Google vs. Vidal-Hall two months ago, suggesting it “potentially has huge ramifications” and quoting one lawyer who said it “could open the floodgates to data breach compensation claims.” It’s a decision that IAPP Vice President of Research and Education Omer Tene described in Privacy Perspectives as “a landmark case.” In other breach-related headlines this week, BBC News reports the UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has fined South Wales Police 160,000 GBP for “losing video interviews with a sexual abuse victim,” and a second SC Magazine report looks at the Bettys & Taylors of Harrogate breach. More than 122,000 customer records were lost in the breach, the report states, noting the ICO has been informed and is “looking into the details.”
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