Seminars on data protection legislation
Sunday 16 May 1993
The seminars will be for both those companies that have already registered and those that are unsure whether they need to. Most of the sessions will be of general relevance, but - in response to demand after a previous series - there will be special seminars for the public and financial sectors.
'Often the difficulty people face is applying the theoretical requirements of the Act to everyday activities,' said John Lamidey, assistant data protection registrar. 'These seminars provide practical explanations of what people might be doing right or wrong, giving case histories and allowing plenty of time for questions.'
Details and application forms from the Marketing Department, the Data Protection Registrar, Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire SK9 5AF.
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