New guidance: Information Commissioner's Office publishes data protection guide for organisations using Wi-Fi to track employees
Organisations using Wi-Fi to track the location of employees, contractors or suppliers from their smartphones or other Wi-Fi devices will welcome new guidance from the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) on the data protection issues that arise.
This update was published in Legal Alert - May 2016
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The free guidance, Data protection. Wi-Fi location analytics, illustrates how organisations can use Wi-Fi for monitoring purposes and what they need to do to comply with data protection law.
- Download the data protection guidance from the ICO website
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