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Businesses should be allowed to process part-anonymised, or pseudonymised, data without the consent of individuals whose data it is in certain circumstances, a senior EU official has said. 13 Dec 2013
EU laws that require telecoms and other electronic communications providers to store data on customers to aid the detection and prevention of terrorism and other serious crimes face being scrapped after a legal advisor to the EU's highest court said they unreasonably... 12 Dec 2013
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Cloud adoption in Asia has yet to reach its potential because of data protection concerns in the region, the Asia Cloud Computing Association (ACCA) has said. 10 Dec 2013
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