The powers will allow the UK’s privacy watchdog, the Information Commissioner’s Office, to fine private and public sector organisations that commit a serious breach of the Data Protection Act.
Justice minister Michael Wills laid a statutory instrument before Parliament on Tuesday, setting the maximum fine at £500,000. The instrument will become law by default on 6 April this year, unless Parliament objects.
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