EUROPEAN UNION; Data Protection in a New Global Environment

Vinke, Wibecke
April 2009
Hospitality Upgrade;Spring2009, p46
Trade Publication
The article focuses on data protection management. It cites how such management, which has been the rule in the European Union (EU) countries, intensify regulations about the legal use of personal data. It also indicates the significance of binding corporate rules (BCR) for crossborder privacy protection and the principles of its approval.


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