ICO: Europe's prescriptive approach to data protection won't work in the UK

Stuart Sumner
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Deputy Information Commissioner David Smith warns that the new data protection regulation currently going through European Parliament won't suit the UK, and may not even be agreed

The ICO has today warned that the data protection regulation currently making its way through the European Parliament may not suit the UK, and in fact may not even reach the agreement necessary for...

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