|Plans to Cut Data Protection Red Tape|
17 July 2003
The Information Commissioner has launched a new project aiming to identify ways to make data protection regulations more effective and straightforward.
The move comes as Richard Thomas expressed concerns over the complexity and red tape which currently surround data protection at the launch of his Office's latest Annual Report.
The Information Commissioner also called for stronger penalties for organisations which flout data protection regulations - the subject of an article in Computing magazine today.
Read the full Computing article
Download the Information Commissioner's Annual Report
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