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Data Protection Act 1998: A Practical Guide

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ISBN13: 9780754501350
ISBN: 0754501353
Previous Edition ISBN: 0754500101
Published: July 2000
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £74.00



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Data Protection Act 1998: A Practical Guide is designed to provide practical guidance on all aspects of the Act with particular emphasis on how it affects businesses, and how every business is required by law to implement the changes.

The rules are enforceable against all data users, whether or not they have registered. This concise handbook looks at how the 1998 Act replaces the 1984 Act, and implements the EU General Data Protection Directive passed in 1995. It examines:-

  • The special rules introduced for the processing of sensitive data, for example, racial or ethnic origins
  • The provision to restrict the transfer of data outside the UK and countries within the EU unless the transfer is necessary to perform a contract-a particularly significant provision given the increasing use of the Internet
  • The extended protection to manual records
  • The implications of the Act upon privacy, personnel departments, and human rights

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Subjects:
Data Protection
Contents:
Data Protection Act 1984
Data Protection Directive
Background to DPA 1998
Definitions and interpretation
Rights of data subjects
Notification
Exemptions
Enforcement
Other functions of the Commissioner
Offences and liability
The Data Protection Principles
Conditions relevant to the First Principle
Miscellaneous exemptions
Transitional relief
Transborder dataflows
Technology
The Internet
Direct marketing
Employment
Medical records and the pharmeceutical industry
Financial services
The Telecommunications Directive
Regulations implementing DPA 1998
Related legislation