ICO prosecution and fine should be a lesson to employees and recruitment

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The recent prosecution and fine of HomeServe Membership Ltd’s recruitment manager should serve as a warning to all companies about the potential consequences of employees illegally sharing personal data that they have access to as part of their job.

Posted inNews archiveon23 Aug 2017 Company ProfileLawspeed LtdView profile »

The case highlighted the illegal disclosure of 26 job applicants’ CVs by the employed recruitment manager  to a third party recruitment agency containing the personal data of applicants seeking employment with HomeServe, where there was no business need to do so.

HomeServe was alerted to the suspicious activity when it discovered that some

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