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A 17-year-old who was arrested this morning for sending a tweet following Tom Daley’s 4th place in the Men’s Olympic synchronised diving that stated Daley had let his late Father down with his result is given a warning about harassment and bailed.
Facebook’s European and International regulator, the Irish Data Protection Commissioner, is to decide on carrying out another Data Protection Audit of Facebook later this year in the face of continued concerns that user’s do not have full access to their raw data and that Facebook’s drive for profit from advertising may infringe user’s privacy rights.
Survey asking whether Councils should be collecting sensitive personal data about tax payers in face of decision by UK ICO last week to stop Southampton City Council from recording conversations by passengers and drivers in black cabs where surveillance by CCTV is in use.
Big Brother Watch calls for more powers for ICO after Google confirm that they did not destroy data from Google Streetview cars that accessed private wireless networks that they originally said had been wiped in November 2010.
Sheffield City Council considering CCTV in cabs after attack on driver, but should be wary of ICO’s recent decisions stopping Southampton City Council and Oxford Council from running similar schemes that involved audio recordings of conversations in cabs.