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British charities fined by government watchdog for wealth screening donors

The Guardian reported that eleven of Britain’s largest and most influential charities have been fined for breaching data protection rules; “The charities were variously tracing and targeting new or lapsed donors by piecing together personal information obtained from other sources. Some were trading personal details with other charities, creating a large pool of donor data for sale.”

To read the full story, visit The Guardian.  Article originally published by Owen Bowcott on 4.5.17.

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