"Why should I work for the ICO’s technology department?
The ICO is the UK’s independent authority set up to uphold information rights in the public interest, promoting openness by public bodies and data privacy for individuals." <just don't ask WTF they mean by 'data privacy'
👆The tech related jobs pay £48K.

While the role of 'Team Manager - Public Advice and Data Protection Complaints Service' is paid £36K ye the ICO is failing miserably at enforcement. Go figure. https://ico.org.uk/about-the-ico/jobs/vacancies/
"The role of the Public Advice and Data Protection Complaints Service is to ensure that organisations comply with their obligations under the Data Protection Act." <yet the role is valued at £12k less than a tech policy role. Hmmm.
"The technology department is involved in all aspects of work across the organisation. It is central to monitoring and understanding the technology landscape & ensuring information rights regulation keeps pace with technological advancements"<don't expect enforcement though
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