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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Nokia (NOK), down 6% after Reuters reports Finland's data protection ombudsman said he would investigate whether Nokia-branded phones had breached data rules after a report said the handsets sent information to China.
The EU's GDPR data rules, which came into force in the UK in May, drastically increased potential penalties on companies found to have misused or mismanaged clients' personal data.
At the moment, the only tools Russia has to enforce its data rules are fines that typically only come to a few thousand dollars, or blocking the offending online services, which is an option fraught with technical difficulties.
The investigation into the former DC, who resigned from the force he served for 18 years, found he had breached data rules by accessing police-held information on 30 occasions over a six-year period for nonpolicing purposes.
The investigation into the former Det Con, who resigned from the force he served for 18 years, found he had breached data rules by accessing police-held information on 30 occasions over a six-year period for non-policing purposes.
Censorship and local data rules have also hardened in China over the past two years, creating new hoops for foreign firms to jump through if they want to tap the booming internet sector.
Data rules ensure that information relevant to staff, security, building administration as well as caterers gets to where it needs to go.
Stephen Hayward ONLINE crooks are already exploiting new data rules and swindling numerous victims.
Facebook's compliance with the new EU data rules will be closely watched, as will its efforts to tackle the spread of fake news ahead of European Parliamentary elections next year.
We are all on a giant mouse wheel, convinced we are doing the right thing and colluding in a system where exam data rules.
We are all on a giant mouse wheel, convinced we are doing the right thing and colluding in a system where exam data rules. We don't ask "can you speak French?" we just want to know "what grade did you get?" And at the end of all this, are there going to be jobs?