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At Hayes Connor Solicitors, we think it’s imperative that everyone is super vigilant to protect against data breaches and cybercrime during the coronavirus pandemic. In particular, our expert data breach...
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Following a data breach, many people become anxious and upset. Both about the breach of privacy and the possible consequences. Depending on the type of breach, there can be worries...
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According to Action Fraud, criminals are exploiting the COVID-19 pandemic to defraud innocent people. And, in March 2020, coronavirus-related fraud reports increased by 400%. At Hayes Connor, we join Action...
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Following warnings from the police that “individuals may be taking advantage of the vulnerable by posing as door-to-door coronavirus testers in order to gain access to people’s properties”, Hayes Connor...
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A woman has prosecuted for accessing social care records without authorisation. Michelle Shipsey, a former social services support officer at Dorset County Council, accessed the records of four people she...
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Making a data breach claim

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As the UK’s leading data breach law firm, we understand that making a claim for compensation can be daunting. So, we’ve made the process of making a data breach claim...
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Merry Christmas

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A very Merry Christmas to all our Clients, Staff and Followers! Thank you for your support this year!
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How secure are your medical records?

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The healthcare industry holds the largest amount of personal data on any one individual. And, a rise in digital and mobile technologies is only making the sector more vulnerable when...
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Bank scammers: what you’ve told us!

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Earlier this year, we shared one of our articles on Facebook. The post was called Has your bank warned you that you are being scammed? Watch out!’ And the responses...
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According to a statement on the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) website, an agreement has finally been reached between Facebook and the data protection regulator. This comes after Facebook was accused...
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Twitter bans all political ads

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Twitter has announced that it will ban all political ads. The move comes in advance of the next UK General Election, which is set to be held on 12 December....
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