Data Protection Developments - 24th Annual Report of the Office of the Data Protection CommissionerPosted in : Supplementary Articles ROI on 7 June 2013
The 24th Annual Report of the Office of the Data Protection Commissioner (the “DPC Office”) has been released this week and it contains many points of interest for organisations. As employment law practitioners, we have seen a notable increase in the volume of data access requests being lodged by employees and also in the number of complaints to the DPC Office, and this is reflected in the statistics contained in the Report which show a record high in the number of complaints received.
The following are some of the key areas of interest from the Report:
Increase in Complaints
1,349 complaints were received by the DPC Office in 2012, up from 1161 complaints in 2011 although
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