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DP 2016 - the day in full

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DMA Data protection 2016 in full

February 26 2016 the DMA hosted the Data protection 2016 event in Euston, London.

Introduced by Fedelma Good, Barclays' Director of Information Policy & Strategy, she introduced not one, but two keynote speakers - the Information Commissioner Christopher Graham and the minister for information Baroness Neville-Rolfe.

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Now the GDPR text has been agreed, we plan a second conference this year to explore the impact and implications on this new EU-wide legislation in September.

Book your place now to avoid disapointment - we expect this event to sell out.

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