Dec 092016
 December 9, 2016  Posted by  Breaches, Featured News, Non-U.S.

Susannah Birkwood reports:

The Information Commissioner’s Office has said that the RSPCA wrongly disclosed between 100,000 and almost 800,000 records of personal data on an annual basis over a 17-year period.

In its final report on its investigation of the charity, published today, the ICO says the RSPCA disclosed between 105,697 and 794,768 details between 1998 and 2015, including names, addresses, Gift-Aid statuses and the amounts of their last donations, through swapping data via the Reciprocate programme, which is run by the list broker ResponseOne.

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