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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But he pleaded guilty to unlawfully obtaining data in breach of section 55 of the Data Protection Act 1998 at Manchester magistrates court.
A jury at Maidstone Crown Court had returned 15 guilty verdicts last month after the (ICO) prosecuted the defendants under s55 of the Data Protection Act 1998.
The Data Protection Act 1998 says anyone conducting DBS checks should "maintain all accounts, online or otherwise, for all DBS products and delete when no longer required".
It will preserve existing tailored exemptions that have worked well in the Data Protection Act 1998, carrying them over to the new law.
GDPR replaces the Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA) and Subject Access Requests (SAR) fees (10.
It has been stressed that they do not continuously record, as under the Data Protection Act 1998, police officers have a duty to inform a person that their actions are being recorded.
The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO), responsible for the enforcement of the Data Protection Act 1998, has also been informed.
Attendees will hear practical advice on ensuring legal compliance to the Public Records (Scotland) Act 2011, Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 and Data Protection Act 1998.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC PERSONAL LOANS LIMITED (formerly trading as London Personal Loans) (in Creditors' Voluntary Liquidation) (the "Company") (Company Number 04096093) Notice is hereby given to all customers of the Company, whose loans were redeemed (fully repaid) before August 2010, that it is the intention of the Liquidators to commence destruction of all personal data relating to such customers held by the Company, in a manner compliant with the Data Protection Act 1998 on 2 February 2016.
A Under the Data Protection Act 1998, an employee is not entitled to see a reference given by his her employer for the purposes of education, training or employment.
However, there are two laws that may help: Data Protection Act 1998 - this |only applies to businesses and organisations, so not individuals.
If you have a camera facing your property here's what you need to know: The Law - The Data Protection Act 1998 provides away for people to control how businesses or organisations collect and store information about them.

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