The United Kingdom Data protection Act of 1998

The United Kingdom Data Protection Act of 1998

 

The United Kingdom came up with Data Protection Law in 1998.

The law dwells much on protection of data of personal data of people living in the UK. The law guides how data released by an individual can be used. 
United Kingdom Data Protection Act

The laws also cover the right to privacy by individuals who have submitted data and personal information. You are not to disclose their information to third parties without their express permission.  Under this law, data can only be disclosed to third parties if there is an overriding legislation that states that. For instance, if someone is been investigated for terrorism-related activities, his data can be requested by the government.

Above all, it is an offence for third parties to have access to personal information of other individuals.

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