BCS: UK data reforms must protect data adequacy with EU

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Data flows between the EU and UK facilitate commercial success and international safety
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Data flows between the EU and UK facilitate commercial success and international safety

The Government new Data Reform Bill must not risk disrupting data flows between the UK and the EU, says BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT.

The organisation has warned that the new Data Reform Bill also risks politicising the Information Commissioner's Office. BCS, professional body for Britain's information technology sector, said ...

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