Surveillance of activities could be ‘threat to privacy’ – FOIL

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Speaking at a recent Forum of Insurance Lawyers’ (FOIL) webinar, Melissa Collett, professional standards director at the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII)  explains why insurers must be “explicitly careful” with data

The surveillance of activity using mobile phone data, for example, could be a threat to privacy and insurers must be “explicitly careful”.

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