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ICO fines former ACS Law boss for lax IT security Fine could have been £200,000 if firm was still trading
The owner of former solicitors firm ACS Law has been served with a monetary penalty for failing to keep sensitive personal information relating to around 6,000 people secure, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) said today.
Andrew Jonathan Crossley – as data controller of the former law firm - has been served with a monetary penalty of £1,000.