Revealed: betting firms use schools data on 28m UK children
So much for “strict privacy rules”:
Betting companies have been given access to an educational database containing names, ages and addresses of 28 million children and students in one of the biggest breaches of government data. They have used it to help increase the proportion of young people who gamble online. It contains details of children age 14 and above in state schools, private schools and colleges in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
(tags: privacy data-protection children kids schools uk betting gambling)
Experiencing WSL as a Linux Veteran
Sounds like they’ve done a great job at integration