Mar 182013
 March 18, 2013  Posted by  Breaches, Court, Non-U.S.

There’s been a ruling in a case mentioned previously on this blog:

Insurance company FBD has been ordered to pay High Court costs to a man following a case in which he claimed his data protection rights had been breached.

The High Court last week vacated the Circuit Court award of €15,000 in damages to Michael Collins in March 2012 but did rule that there had been a clear and intentional breach of data protection legislation as a result of FBD’s actions and awarded him costs in the case.


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