Data Protection Act 1998

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What is the Data protection act?
The data protection act is what protects peoples personal info and other data been stolen online
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What date was the data protection act introduced?
1998
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What happens when you break the data protection act?
If you break the Data Protection Act you can land your self with a pretty huge fine or even a prison sentence.
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What are the 8 principles of the Data Protection Act?
1. Data is used fairly and lawfully 2. Used for limited, spefically stated purpose 3. Used in a way that is adequate 4. Data has to be accurate 5. Kept for no langer than is necessary 6. Handled correctly 7. Kept safe and secure
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What is the last principle? (couldnt fit it on the last card)
8. Data isnt transferred outsid eof the European Economic Area
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1998

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