News stories posted during 2005

PL&B International E-news, Issue 39

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28/11/2005 by:

The European Court of Justice’s Advocate General calls for annulment of European Council and Commission decisions regarding airline passenger data Medical records must not be used as film props France’s CNIL publishes new regulations on...

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PL&B International E-news, Issue 38

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12/09/2005 by:

Australian Privacy Commissioner calls for review of Privacy Act Argentine court permits webcam Germany: Instant dismissal for private use of the internet during working hours 1. Australian Privacy Commissioner calls for review of Privacy Act...

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PL&B International E-news, Issue 37

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14/07/2005 by:

France’s CNIL refuses to authorize whistle-blowing to US HQs Sweden responds to the changing interface of DP and IT Dutch libraries weigh RFID benefits against privacy threats 40 million credit cards vulnerable to fraud 1. France's CNIL refuses to...

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PL&B International E-news, Issue 36

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06/04/2005 by:

Japan’s data protection comes into force EU approves guidelines for anti-fraud databases Europe urged to promote data protection officers Spain teams up with US in fight against spam US agencies publish security response guidelines 1. Japan’s data...

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PL&B International E-news, Issue 35

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17/02/2005 by:

European regulators launch privacy consultations European Commission mulls internal privacy restructuring Hungary’s privacy chief speaks out against data protection law Europe launches anti-spam initiative Former Sonera executive face illegal...

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PL&B International E-news, Issue 34

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14/01/2005 by:

EU to toughen up privacy controls Industry data transfer contracts get official approval Dutch regulator levies record spam fines 1. EU to toughen up privacy controls Data Protection Authorities across Europe have promised to get tough on...

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