Call for 'privacy charter' to protect personal data online

Danny Palmer
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KPMG and Censuswide survey polled public on attitudes to privacy and surveillance

Organisations should be made to sign a "privacy charter", which dictates what they're able to share about customers' personal data online and what compensation consumers should receive if that information...

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