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88 Privacy Breaches to Beware Of by Lyn Boxall, William Hioe, Kevin Shepherdson

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Final Thoughts

There you have it – 88 potential privacy breaches that can get organisations and individuals into trouble with the data protection law. These present risks to any organisation in terms of how personal data is collected, used, disclosed, stored or disposed of.

A fellow privacy professional asked us why we chose the number 88. “I take it 88 is a lucky number. Is that true? If true, is it a bad thing to associate a lucky number with a bad thing – a privacy breach?”

Maybe. But here is our take: how many times have we exclaimed how lucky we are when we narrowly avoided a misfortune or mishap? There is a sense of relief and we are thankful that nothing terrible happened. It is also not a coincidence that we finished this book at an auspicious ...

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