Warner, Rick
October 2006
Hospitality Upgrade;Fall2006, p186
Trade Publication
The article presents the new legislation passed by U.S. senators, Arlen Specter and Patrick Leahy, to protect the privacy of the consumers of their personal information. In late 2005, the "Personal Data Privacy and Security Act" was introduced. Once the law will be implemented, it will have a profound impact on the way that customer data will be handled going forward, especially in the hospitality industry.


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