back to article Got a fancy but slurpy new product? The ICO would like you to stuff it in its sandbox

The UK's Information Commissioner's Office is on the hunt for organisations that are using personal data in "innovative" products, to help the data protection watchdog understand how to regulate it. It is particularly interested in data generated by wearables or which can help increase public trust in data-slurpers. The …

  1. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Chances of Google or Farcebook taking part ?

    Nil.

    Chances of people submitting genuine products ?

    Nil.

    My money’s on the ICO receiving an inbox full of seemingly compliant fakes.

  2. W.S.Gosset Bronze badge

    Empty sandbox

    > from organisations with a "mature and accountable approach to data protection".

    Well, that narrows the field somewhat.

    Do they actually want ANYONE in their sandbox?

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