UK ICO Letter

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    ThePOGG

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    Hate to point out the obvious, but that's not within the remit of the ICO. They're primary concern in ensuring that private and public bodies do not breach data protection laws and comply with freedom of information requests. If it doesn't fall inside those brackets then the ICO would be mis-using their funding to investigate it. Hacking would fall under criminal activity and would be the remit of the police.....
     
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    AussieDave

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    Guard Dog

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    I don't like that much at all.
     
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    Webzcas

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    I caught up with Tom Galanis from Tag Media and spoke to him about what affiliates in the iGaming sector should do, should they be in receipt of one of these letters from the ICO. Other areas covered include PERC.

    The interview with Tom starts at 1:31 in

     
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    casinonewbie

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    inspiration

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    and if you run a e.g. online casino forum where you interact with players via contests, email or PM ?
    (I do not have active forums but others here do)
    just a stupid question but ......
     

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