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November 2011
Utility Week;11/11/2011, p24
Trade Publication
The article presents a round table discussion sponsored by British utility firm SAS on how energy companies could use their data to maintain payment collection levels. Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) data protection practice manager David Reynolds said that they should allow people to access essential information regarding payment collection rates in the public domain. Some participants argued that social sites could be used in various inventive ways with regards to this issue.


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