Data and Information E-Alert — 23 May 2013
Addleshaw Goddard has released a Data and Information E-Alert dated 23 May 2013. This issue includes: call for evidence on EU Directive on network and information security; Online Safety Bill 2013-2014; Unsolicited Telephone Communications Bill; Ofcom research reveals extent of nuisance calls; and OFT calls for online businesses to be more transparent about use of customer data.
The alert also covers: PhonepayPlus launches digital marketing consultation; the Financial Conduct Authority — mortgage market review — data reporting; leisure centre employee prosecuted for unlawfully obtaining health information of more than 2,000 people; and more…
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