Data breach leads to £10k fine for Scottish charity

Graham Martin reports:

A prominent Scottish charity has been fined £10,000 for a data protection breach.

The action was taken after HIV Scotland sent out an email containing the personal details of dozens of people.

The breach involved an email to 105 people, including patient advocates representing people living in Scotland with HIV.

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