Information Commissioner's Office

The United Kingdom’s Information Commissioner’s Office has released the second chapter in its anonymization guide for public comment.

Here are some key points:

  • An effective anonymization process seeks to reduce the likelihood of someone being identified or identifiable to a sufficiently remote level. This level depends on a number of factors specific to the context.

The UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) is taking on cookie banners.

The office will call on fellow G7 data protection and privacy authorities to work together to overhaul cookie consent pop-ups in favor of software and device privacy settings.

“Joined by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and the World Economic Forum (WEF),

The United Kingdom’s Information Commissioner’s Office has issued guidance for public consultation on cross-border transfers of personal data from the UK to third countries without an adequacy decision, replacing the old Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs) which are currently in use for such transfers.

According to the ICO press release, “the new guidance has been designed

Children’s data isn’t child’s play.

If you have a product or service that collects information from children, you should:

  • Be transparent. No, really. And figure out the best ways to be transparent for kids, which includes just in time notices, video and audio. It is a good idea to enlist the help of UX/CX experts