Earlier this month, parenting website Emma’s Diary was fined £140,000 for selling data collected from its app to the Labour Party.
Using a database created by Experian, Labour used this personal information to target new mothers with direct marketing. The data gathered included parent names, addresses and the dates of birth of the mother and children.
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