Data protection : 2014 and beyond

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Andrew Dyson, partner at law firm DLA Piper, explains what the impending EU data protection regulation has in store

2013 was the year in which we saw revelations of widespread monitoring of email traffic by counter-intelligence agencies, a failure of some of the world's most respected technology firms to comply with...

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