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CPO

(Chief Privacy Officer) An individual who manages the privacy issues within an organization. Arising out of the privacy regulations in finance and healthcare in the late 1990s, the CPO position eventually crossed over to all industries. The CPO, typically an attorney, is involved with setting privacy policy which determines how much information should be collected and how much can be shared both inside and outside of the company. An organization's privacy policy is often stated on its website. See privacy and P3P.
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CPO revealed that another accused of killing ASI Muhammad Riaz on January 10 had been arrested.
The CPO said that foolproof security arrangements have been made for Eidul Azha and Independence Day, and the leaves of police officers and officials had already been canceled.
The CPO was briefed that, Eid Ul Azha and Independence day celebrations shall be coinciding with each other this year, due to which intensive security arrangements have been done in Rawalpindi and Murree.
CPO Capt (R) Faial Rana said that the police must nab every proclaimed offender and present them in the courts to decrease crimes.
In the light of the report, the CPO suspended Station House Officer (SHO) Chuntra Police Station Malik Naeem.
'Our members had taken the risk to obtain loans running into billions of Naira from commercial banks and microfinance banks to reactivate abandoned plantations, within the last three years; we have output (CPO), no doubt increase tremendously within the last 24 months and the price of CPO have been stable (N300,000-N350,000) per metric tonne within the last 18 months up to October 2018.
Kia Motors America announces record first half Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) monthly sales with 39,954 vehicles sold.
Expansion of CPO market abroad is hampered by negative campaigns.
SNCPO said in a statement: "The 'Say No' campaign group has declined an offer from CPO chairman Steve Frankham to put one director on the board of CPO.
Chelsea have written to the 12,000 members of the CPO asking them to release the freehold of stamford Bridge so the club could in the future relocate to a new 65,000 seater stadium.
Blues chairman Bruce Buck revealed the club had offered to buy out the 15,000 shares owned by fans in a group called the Chelsea Pitch Owners (CPO).
Southern Clay Products has worked with Guild CPO for almost a decade.