Data & Information E-Alerts — 20 December 2013
Addleshaw Goddard has released the 20 December 2013 issue of its Data & Information E-Alerts publication.
- Payday loans company fined £175,000 over millions of spam texts
- UK cyber-security strategy two years on
- Cyber-security guiding principles
- Mass surveillance is unacceptable — US action to restore trust is needed now
- Justice Council: we need a simple solution for citizens and business on data protection
- Incompatibility of Data Retention Directive with Charter of Fundamental Rights
- European Parliament adopts resolution on cloud computing
- The Court of Justice of the European Union rules that public authority subject access fees are awful
- Canada’s Anti-Spam legislation
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