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High Court to hear first part of Liberty’s landmark challenge to mass surveillance powers in the Investigatory Powers Act

On Tuesday 27 February and Wednesday 28 February, the High Court is hearing the first part of Liberty’s landmark legal challenge to the Government’s flagship surveillance law that is the Investigatory Powers Act. The challenge has been funded by donations from members of the...
Posted On 26 Feb 2018
Any lack of information governance for digital channels increases the risk of a data breach and reputational damage
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“Social messaging and file-sharing content left unmanaged in one third of firms” states Iron Mountain/AIIM study

Despite the fact that the use of digital communications and collaboration platforms is growing faster in businesses than among consumers1, around one-in-three organisations has no-one responsible for governing the content of instant messaging (39%), mobile (32%), social media...
Posted On 03 Mar 2015