Data Protection Act

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Data Protection Act

(legal)
(DPA) A UK law guaranteeing rights to individuals in relation to personal data that others hold on them. For example, under the DPA, you have the right to see what data a company holds on you.
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Mr Peter Okey, last year's president of the association, said his members were "very concerned" about planned amendments to the Data Protection Act 1984.

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