New data bill criticised as 'bonfire of data rights'

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Open Rights Group criticises new data bill as 'bonfire of data rights'
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Open Rights Group criticises new data bill as 'bonfire of data rights'

British businesses will be "sweating" as they navigate regulatory changes.

The UK Government's Data Protection and Digital Information Bill will turn the UK into a 'global data laundering centre' and enable data oligarchs to escape restrictions by sending data abroad with...

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