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Morrisons loses High Court appeal over breach of payroll data

Employee Benefits.

“This is a bewildering judgment. The first instance decision was in many respects shocking, with the judge himself acknowledging that Morrisons had done nothing wrong. The data was leaked by a disgruntled employee, who was subsequently jailed."

Employee Benefits.

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Morrisons loses ruling on data breach challenge as compensation looms

City A.M.

“Morrisons worked to get the data taken down quickly, provide protection for those colleagues and reassure them that they would not be financially disadvantaged. In fact, we are not aware that anybody suffered any direct financial loss. We believe we should not be held responsible so that’s why we will now appeal to the supreme court.”

City A.M.

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'Hacking is a crime': Here's what you need to know about online 'pranks'

Southern Daily Echo

“'Hacking' can cover a number of offences and online pranksters should be aware that what they’re doing probably won’t be considered harmless fun.”

Southern Daily Echo

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