Progress Leisure Ch.2 Legislation

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What does the Copyright, Design and Patents Act 1988 make it illegal to do?
Copy Software, Use Unliscensed Software, Copy Text and Images without permission
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DPA
Introduced to give rights to those who have information about them on a computer system
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Who does EC Regulations apply to?
Those who sell goods online or email.
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Data controller
person from Progress Leisure who collects and stores personal data
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Data subject
at Progress Leisure the data subject includes staff members and customers
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Information Commissioner
ensures that Progress Leisure organisation complies with the rules of the Data Protection Act
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First Four principles Of the DPA?
1. processed fairly and lawfully 2. Processed for specified purposes 3.adequate, relevant and not excessive 4.Accurate and upto date
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Last Four Principles of the DPA?
5.Not kept longer than nesscary 6. Proceesed in accordance of rights with Data subject 7. Secure 8. Not tranferred to other countries without protection
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Typical Data Fields for a Data Capture Form?
Member Title First Name Last Name Address Postcode Gender Date of Birth Landline Mobile Email Address
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Validation check
Automatic Checks ran by a computer to check that data entered via a validation form is valid and in an acceptable format.
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Typical Validation checks
Presence check Data type check List box data entry Length check Format check
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DPA

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Introduced to give rights to those who have information about them on a computer system

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Who does EC Regulations apply to?

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Data controller

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Data subject

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