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Neiman Marcus Group LLC must face a proposed class action in which the high-end retailer is accused of failing to protect customers from computer hackers who stole credit and debit card information, an appeals court ruled, saying a judge decided too soon that the victims didn’t have a case.
The decision reverses a September ruling by a Chicago federal judge who found the customers didn’t show they suffered concrete harm. The consumers sued Neiman Marcus for negligence, breach of contract and deceptive business practices.
New guidelines for supervising students conducting research at University Hospital Galway (UHG) were put in place following the discovery of a serious breach of data protection of female patients at the hospital.
The guidelines were put in place in response to one of a number of data protection breaches, including release of sensitive information about patients and minors, within the health service in Galway in the past year.
All bar one of the incidents were reported to the Data Protection Commissioner, according to Health Service Executive internal documents released under the Freedom of Information Act.
A Downing Street official has demanded confidential details of millions of GP appointments.
Sparking yet another NHS privacy row, she has ordered the firm in charge of bookings [Not the doctors, nor the patients. Bob] at most English surgeries to hand over the sensitive data urgently.
The information includes the date, time and duration of appointments as well as the reason for the consultation.
Most of the postcode of the patient is also asked for, as well as their date of birth, according to a letter seen by the Daily Mail.
The information is intended to gauge demand for the Government’s planned seven-day NHS. But privacy campaigners say it is incredible that neither patients nor their GPs have been consulted about the move.
The Department of Justice’s National Institute for Justice funds law enforcement research to the tune of tens of millions of dollars each year.
One of those projects is a City of Chicago Board of Education program called “Connect and Redirect to Respect (CRR),” which aims “to use social media monitoring to identify and connect youth to behavioral interventions.” In other words, the DOJ is giving $2.1 million dollars to the Chicago public schools to conduct research on how spying on student social media can impact school discipline. In New York, police spying on youth social media has resulted in the criminalization of speech.
The city of Seattle says its process for making sure residents comply with a compost ordinance is legal and doesn’t violate privacy, despite arguments made in a lawsuit filed last week.
The City Attorney’s Office issued a statement Monday saying that, after reviewing the lawsuit, it believes the ordinance “fully complies with the law, including the enhanced privacy protections afforded by the Washington Constitution.”