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BT Fined £77,000 for 5 Million Spam Emails

June 25th, 2018 by Hannah Densley in Industry News No Comments »
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An investigation found that the company did not have the customers consent to send direct marketing emails.   ICO Head of Enforcement, Steve Eckersley, said: “Organisations have a responsibility to ensure they are acting within the law. Where they do not, the ICO can and will take action. This particular investigation was prompted by a [...]

GDPR: Consenting to the Use of Personal Data

April 12th, 2018 by Hannah Densley in ilicomm News No Comments »
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GDPR: Consenting to the Use of Personal Data   The ICO has reported that Royal Mail have been fined £12,000 after sending more than 300,000 nuisance emails. In July of 2017 Royal Mail sent 327,014 emails to people who had already opted out of receiving direct marketing. These emails advertised a price drop for parcels. [...]

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