Doubts and uncertainties remain about swathes of United Kingdom privacy regulation, including self-reporting of breaches, regulation of cookies and the principle of putting data "beyond use". The government is clearly dissatisfied with the voluntary take-up of the midata scheme so far, and a consultation is looking at making it compulsory if necessary. Like it or not, it probably means there’s more privacy regulation on the way.
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