Information commissioner also launches data protection audit after Brexit violations

The information commissioner has launched an audit into Leave.EU and the insurance company owned by the campaign’s key financial backer, Arron Banks, after fining the organisations a total of £120,000 for data protection violations during the EU referendum campaign.

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) announced in November that it intended to fine the two companies, which it determined were closely linked, with “ineffective” systems for segregating the data of insurance customers from that of political subscribers.

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