data rules

data rules

[′dad·ə ‚rülz]
(computer science)
Conditions which must be met by data to be processed by a computer program.
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And securing alignment of data rules is vital to protect the thousands of innovative businesses that make up the UK's PS240bn data economy.
Matt Hancock, Minister of State for Digital, said: We are strengthening Britains data rules to make them fit for the digital age in which we live and that means giving people more control over their own data.
Nine Out of Ten Businesses Are Not Ready for New Data Rules.
Trai has sought public views on if there is a need to have TSP- agnostic platform to provide free data or suitable reimbursement to users without violating the principles of its differential pricing for data rules.
DEAR Editor, The recent revelations in Japan, where Mitsubishi appear to have breached fuel economy data rules for 25 years and overinflated the tyres during testing, as well as recent UK government research into diesel cars showing every manufacturer's real world emissions are higher than laboratory test results, have left consumers feeling vindicated in their distrust of vehicle fuel stats.
But a world where data rules supreme must have limitations.
Global Banking News-February 9, 2016--UK plans new data rules
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.