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BA set to be fined record £183m over customer data hack

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BA set to be fined record £183m over customer data hack

BA set to be fined record £183m over customer data hack

British Airways is facing a record fine of more than £183 million over a customer data breach.

The ICO plans to impose a penalty of 1.5% of the airline’s annual turnover.


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