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Is it a legal requirement to use SSL when collecting user data in the UK? [closed]

We have a form on our site that collects a user's personal data (name, email & address). There is no credit card details collected. Is it legally required (in the UK) to have an SSL running on ...
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How important is an SSL certificate for a internal website?

I know many people have asked the same question but I think it really depends on the type of the website. So that's why I am asking the question about my website. I am developing a PHP web ...
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Should OAuth token be shared to implement SSO?

What's a commonly accepted way of implementing SSO using a third party OAuth provider? I have a server with user resources associated with server's user ID, the user ID also has a Facebook user ID ...
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How important is an SSL certificate for a website?

I'm bootstrapping my own project, it has a registration/login area (via devise with RoR, properly hashed and salted of course). As I'm using subdomains and I need to access them with iframes (it's ...
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Why isn't SSL/TLS built into modern Operating Systems?

A lot of the basic network protocols that make up the infrastructure of the Internet are built in to most major Operating Systems. For example, TCP, UDP, and DNS are all built into Linux, UNIX and ...