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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 The company behind Manchesters annualfestival, the Parklife Weekender has been fined £70,000 after sending unsolicited marketing text messages.The text was sent to 70,000 people who had bought tickets to last years event, and appeared on the recipients mobile phone to have been sent by Mum. Mrs B had concerns about her daughter Rosies school performance and so made a request, on Rosies behalf, for her education records. Rosie was aged eight and in Year three at primary school. The school asked for a fee of £50, which Mrs B paid. The school provided the records 60 days later. A former support clerk working for Transport for London has been prosecuted at Westminster Magistrates Court for unlawfully accessing the oyster card records of five individuals who were family members and neighbours. Bernard Fernandes was fined £240, ordered to pay a victims surcharge of £20 and £618 prosecution costs. An online holiday insurance company has been fined £175,000 by the ICO after IT security failings let hackers access customer records. More than 5,000 customers had their credit cards used by fraudsters after the attack on potentially had access to over 100,000 live credit card details, as well as Customers medical details. Credit card CVV numbers, the security number on the signature strips of the cards, were also accessible despite industry rules that they should not be stored at all. Processed fairly and lawfully Obtained only for specified purposes Adequate, relevant and not excessive Accurate and kept up-to-date Not kept (retained) longer than is necessary Processed in accordance with rights data subject Kept secure Not transferred to any country outside the EU unless they have a comparable data protection law
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