Information Commissioners Office
Growing number of Scots do not pay for TV licence
New figures have revealed an incease in the number of Scots who are not paying for a TV Licence.
Named: 102 GP practices shared patient information with Data Loch project
The Information Commissioner is to probe a controversial medical database after campaigners raised concerns that GPs may have broken privacy laws.
Privacy watchdog orders Police Scotland to up standards at mobile phone labs
Police Scotland has failed to meet official standards for gathering evidence from mobile phones, according to a Watchdog report.
NHS patient data breached at least 1,395 times in two years
Dozens of NHS staff have been disciplined after data laws to protect patient's personal information were breached at least 1395 times over the last two years.
Westminster ordered to name MPs in hard Brexit lobby group
The Information Commissioner has ruled that the UK government must name the MPs that belong to the European Research Group, which favours a hard Brexit and is led by Jacob-Rees Mogg MP.
Former police officer has complaint upheld against Scottish Police Authority
Former officer Karen Harper requested information that the Scottish Police Authority held about her on file.
Police Scotland to dump millions of ANPR records over privacy fears
Police Scotland confirm plans to delete half a billion historic ANPR records that are not linked to criminal activity... once they've worked out how.