ICO Reminds Orgs To Obtain Processing Clearance
PRIVACY LAW—UKJuly 25, 2012
The UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) is reminding firms to notify the agency if they plan to process personal data, Out-Law.com reports. The nation’s Data Protection Act requires organizations to inform the ICO of such plans and include details for international data transfers. The ICO has provided a guide of requirements organizations must follow on an annual basis and has published a public register to inform users of what personal information data controllers process.