BA hit with 'biggest fine to date' from UK regulator for GDPR breach

Marian McHugh
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ICO had initially proposed £183m penalty to airline for 2018 data breach but scaled back to £20m due to financial impact of COVID-19

British Airways has been slapped with a £20m fine for a GDPR breach, the biggest to date from The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO). The ICO investigated a cyberattack in 2018 which saw ha...

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