Tuesday, June 05, 2007

Reading to do

I have not had chance to read this recent report published by the Select Committee on Home Affairs, but according to the latest press release from Out-Law News:

"We consider that in the area of data protection there is evidence of insufficient political appetite for protective measures as compared to law enforcement ones," said the Committee's just-published Third Report. "We note the Minister's expression of continuing Government support for the Data Protection Framework Decision. However, if proposals for a Framework Decision were to be superseded by the data protection provisions in the PrĂ¼m Treaty, we would have serious concerns as to whether these were adequate."

Here is the full-text of the report:

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