Good privacy builds brand trust: Erns...

Good privacy builds brand trust: Ernst & Young

There are 1 comment on the ComputerWorld story from Apr 29, 2013, titled Good privacy builds brand trust: Ernst & Young. In it, ComputerWorld reports that:

With less than 12 months to go before the introduction of the Privacy Amendment Act 2012 , Australian enterprises are being encouraged to see the changes as a way to build customer trust through good privacy practices.

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Suffolkboy

Billingshurst, UK

#1 Apr 29, 2013
The Data Protection Act in the UK has lots of rules about the way data is used and controlled. The Information Commissioner's Office is responsible for policing the Data Protection Act and has imposed substantial fines on organisations who have lost data. More info here. http://shredsec.com/local-councils-fined-for-...

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