Data and Information E-Alerts — 1 October 2013
The 1 October 2013 issue of Addleshaw Goddard’s Data and Information E-Alerts publication is available now.
- Scottish border monetary penalty: information tribunal final decision notice
- Small business warned about importance of encryption, after London sole trader fined £5,000
- ICO carried resolution encouraging greater co-ordination of global data protection enforcement
- Smart metering implementation programme — designation of the Smart Energy Code and charging methodology
- EU Directive on Network and Information Security: call for evidence
- Games industry should not pressure children to purchase, says OFT
- MEPs raise concerns over alleged NSA misuse of Europeans’ personal bank data
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