Britain to investigate use of personal data in political campaigns | Reuters



LONDON May 17 Britain’s Information
Commissioner’s Office (ICO) said on Wednesday it opened an
investigation into the use for political purposes of personal
data fond online, to ensure data protection laws were not
broken.


The ICO, which is responsible for regulating how companies
use such information, said it would examine practices deployed
during the EU referendum campaign and potentially other
campaigns.
(Reporting by Paul Sandle; editing by John Stonestreet)

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