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Europe proposes data protection reforms

Associated Press, January 25, 2012

Don Melvin

The European Commission proposed sweeping reforms Wednesday to protect the confidentiality of personal data online including a "right to be forgotten," which would let people have information about themselves deleted if there was no legitimate reason to retain it.

The Commission said the proposal would safeguard people's privacy and save companies money, but some business interests have already said they will lobby for changes... Read Full Story >>

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1/25/2012
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