Haley, Mark G.
October 2009
Hospitality Upgrade;Autumn2009, p136
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the dilemma of providing privacy to hotel guests as the global privacy movement led to the creation of the European Union (EU) Privacy Directive. Computer networks and databases storing personal information heighten the need for privacy. Guests are expecting that their key profile data be captured and retained by hoteliers.


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