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Facebook in new massive data breach affecting 50 million users

United Kingdom - September 29 2018 Facebook have announced that an estimated 50 million user accounts were affected by a security breach that could allow attackers to take over the...

Data breach lawyer confirms thousands more TalkTalk customers could have claims for compensation

United Kingdom - May 22 2019 Thousands of TalkTalk customers are likely to have claims for compensation against TalkTalk after a BBC investigation found that their personal...

Leading lawyer says HIV clinic email could cost Trust thousands of pounds

United Kingdom - September 2 2015 A leading human rights lawyer has said that the actions of a leading UK HIV clinic in mistakenly revealing the identities of hundreds of people who...

British Airways reveal data hack of 380,000 customers’ personal and financial information

United Kingdom - September 7 2018 British Airways could face claims for compensation by customers following data breach of their personal and financial information. British Airways...

The Human Rights Act - putting the cat back in the bag?

United Kingdom, European Union - August 19 2016 Following reports of the Human Rights Act’s latest stay of execution, it is now a good time to take stock of the twists and turns of recent years and...