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The Society issued a warning following the government's announcement that legislation which affects the privacy and freedoms of the individual should, whenever possible, be subject to full parliamentary scrutiny.
The focus of the briefing is on clauses 4, 13 and 16.
We provide further comment to ensure a fair and balanced regime that fits in with pan-European legislation and protects intellectual property in the UK.
The Society continues to work with parliament and government to ensure a fair and balanced regime.
The working party broadly welcomes the aims and objectives of the bill, but is concerned that some amendments to existing legislation are too broad.
This half-day conference will identify the key developments in data protection law since 25 May including further guidance from the ICO.
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The Intellectual Property Law Committee is part of the Legal Affairs and Policy Board.It assists with the formation of the Law Society's policy and advice on legal and technical developments.
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