data rules

data rules

[′dad·ə ‚rülz]
(computer science)
Conditions which must be met by data to be processed by a computer program.
References in periodicals archive ?
The financial services industry is not covered by the cross-border data rules and Australia has been given an exemption for medical records.
Welcome to Goozle Earth[R], a dystopia where the all-knowing and all-powerful force of Big Data rules humanity through the Internet of Things and the corporate power of Goozle Inc.
Another person was internally disciplined for 12 breaches of private data rules, but the details were again withheld.
EDB's new Rules Engine provides the ability to author and run data rules against EDB, identifying issues and providing comprehensive data quality reports.
Unnecessarily strict data rules will hurt European companies disproportionately.
His conviction for breaching data rules was in relation to looking up information relating to a fth victim.
Data rules everything--patient safety, the continuum of care, payment models and reimbursement rates.
The FTC's recent enforcement actions may help assuage EU fears, particularly as the EU's current data rules will be replaced by a new single data protection regulation (presently, each of the EU's 28 members has implemented the rules in accordance with their own national framework) and will be revised to take into account new advances in technology.
Nuts and bolts are still important, but we've entered a time when data rules the world.
Across Wales and England more than 100 staff were sacked and nearly 200 resigned after breaking data rules.
Dyfed-Powys similarly insist their officers are fully briefed on the importance of working within data rules.
France and Germany may succeed in getting member states to push ahead on talks to complete the new data rules by 2015.