Coronavirus: England’s test and trace programme ‘breaches data laws’, privacy campaigners say

22 July 2020

Is it ok to breach data protection laws in times of crisis? Magnus Boyd explains to The Independent why data protection matters more than ever, and why it’s not ok for there to be “one rule for the little guy and one rule for the government”.

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Magnus Boyd

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Magnus protects individual and corporate reputations by helping clients to manage unwanted media attention. He also advises on information security and helps clients manage the risks to reputation that arise in the event of data loss.

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