Bupa fined for personal data of 500,000 customers offered for sale on Dark Web

The Bupa insurance company was fined £ 175,000 after an employee offered 547,000 customers to sell it on the Dark Net network. The Office of the Information Commissioner (ICO) has fined the insurer for lack of effective security measures to protect the personal information of customers. The employee retrieved the information between January 6 and March 11, 2017 through Bupa’s …

Entrepreneurs facing huge tax laws sue HMRC, alleging human rights violations

The government is being sued for trying to collect billions of matching taxes accusing it of tax evasion. The activists then applied for judicial review of the controversial new loan application on the ground that it violated human rights. Thousands of British contractors, including doctors, dentists and IT staff, are at risk of bankruptcy after HMRC introduced new retroactive rules …