The next big issue

Nicolle, Lindsay
November 1998
Computer Bulletin;Nov1998, Vol. 40 Issue 6, p24
Academic Journal
Amid the furious activity to prepare systems for 2000 and the euro another big issue is being neglected – and the first deadline has already just passed. Lindsay Nicolle gathers practical advice from the experts on preparing for the wide ranging new data protection laws


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