Trade bodies warn of ‘restrictive’ EC Data Protection proposals

“The UK will never be able to produce a Google or Facebook”, says open letter to Government.

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UK Trade bodies, including IAB, IMRG and Coadec, have written an open letter to UK Government warning of the impact that more restrictive data protection reforms will have on UK businesses. Click here to read the full story on nma.co.uk

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