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    R.A. Elbra
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The Data Protection Act 1998 (c 29) was a United Kingdom Act of Parliament designed to protect personal data stored on computers or in an organised paper filing system.

The Data Protection Act 1998 (c 29) was a United Kingdom Act of Parliament designed to protect personal data stored on computers or in an organised paper filing system. It enacted the EU Data Protection Directive 1995's provisions on the protection, processing and movement of data. Under the DPA 1998, individuals had legal rights to control information about themselves. Most of the Act did not apply to domestic use, for example keeping a personal address book.

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Data Protection Laws and Regulations covering issues in USA of Relevant Legislation and Competent Authorities .

Data Protection Laws and Regulations covering issues in USA of Relevant Legislation and Competent Authorities, Definitions, Territorial Scope, Key Principles. Published: 03/07/2019. com Practice Areas Data Protection USA.

Together, let's build an Open Library for the World. April 30, 2008 History. Showing all works by author. Would you like to see only ebooks? Security and the 1984 Data Protection Act. by . Guide to the Data Protection Act.

The Data Protection Act (DPA) controls how personal information can be used and your rights to ask for information . The Data Protection Act 2018 is the UK’s implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

The Data Protection Act (DPA) controls how personal information can be used and your rights to ask for information about yourself. Everyone responsible for using personal data has to follow strict rules called ‘data protection principles’. They must make sure the information is: used fairly, lawfully and transparently.

Location of Repository. Implications of the data protection act. By R A Elbra. Topics: Computing and Computers. Publisher: United Kingdom. Nat. Computing Centre. OAI identifier: oai:cds. Provided by: CERN Document Server.

Data Protection Act 1998: A Practical Guide is designed to provide practical guidance on all aspects of the Act with particular emphasis on how it affects businesses, and how every business is required by law to implement the changes. The rules are enforceable against all data users, whether or not they have registered.

It replaced the Data Protection Act 1984, and implements the EU Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC. 1 This paper is based on a lecture delivered on 7 November 2001 as one of the Ecclesiastical Law Society London Lectures. This paper examines its implications for the Church. Export citation Request permission. 2 For the position under the Data Protection Act 1984, see Behrens, James, ‘Data Protection and the Church of England’ (1996) 4 Ecc LJ 470, and Behrens, James, Practical Church Management (Gracewing, 1996), chapter 12. 3 Freedom of Information Act 2000, ss 18(1), 87(2)(a).

The Data Protection Act was brought into force because many businesses (large and small) hold personal information .

The Data Protection Act was brought into force because many businesses (large and small) hold personal information on their clients and which should at no stage be provided to others. For these businesses to comply with the Act they need to know about certain legal responsibilities that they will have. One of the biggest implications of the Data Protection Act is that any company who wishes to provide the information they hold on to a third party must third acquire the consent of the person whose information it is they hold.