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UK Department for Digital puts forward Data Protection Bill draft

The UK government will soon put forward a new data protection bill which is hoped to refresh the 1998 Data Protection Act in line with the EU’s planned implementation of the general data protection act (GDPR) in May 2018. A step up from British Prime Minister Theresa May’s pledge to implement such a bill during the run up to the elections, the statement of intent by the country’s Minister for Digital, Matthew Hancock, promises a bill “fit for the digital age in which we live.” Cracking down Show Fullscreen Matthew Hancock, British Minister of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Source:

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