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HMRC considering loosening data sharing restrictions on "non-identifying" taxpayer data

UK tax authorities are considering proposals that would allow them to share non-identifying data about taxpayers with companies and public sector bodies where this would deliver public benefits. 23 Apr 2014

EU data protection regulator says Microsoft enterprise cloud contracts are in line with EU privacy requirements

Microsoft’s revised enterprise cloud contracts have won the approval of European Union data protection authorities, the technology company has confirmed. 14 Apr 2014

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