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Data protection law changes – part two

Last week, we highlighted the fact that a new EU Regulation on data protection is to come into force in May 2018 and outlined the types of data that it covers. In part two, we include the main changes between the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the Data Protection Directive and Data Protection Act.

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Changes in data protection laws – don’t get caught out

Are you aware of the dramatic changes being introduced to data protection laws? Have you done anything about it? The consequences of non-compliance are potentially extremely serious. This is the first of a three-part series setting out the basics of the impacts of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on businesses.

Read on to find out why you need to start looking at how you collect, process and store data now.

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In support of World Cancer Day – 4th February

Cancer shook the CJAM team in 2016 with three diagnoses of breast cancer and we are determined to help in the fight to beat it. Please do all you can to explore what you can do – as an individual or a group – to reduce the global burden of cancer.

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Health care sector association chooses CJAM

UKPTS, The UK Psychological Trauma Society, has appointed CJAM to provide a range of services including membership and communications support, secretariat and administration. CJAM will also be responsible for organising key events and conferences on behalf of the society.

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CJAM delivers conference success

BULKEX16 – organised by CJAM on behalf of the Materials Handling Engineers Association (MHEA) –  took place at Harrogate International Centre on 5 and 6 October. The exhibition and conference has been hailed a ‘great success’, with more than 250 experts from the UK’s bulk materials handling industry attending.

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New Craft Association for Distillers

The British Distillers Alliance (BDA) was formed with the intention of supporting British distillers and other artisanal spirits producers. The WSTA has said it will work with the BDA to provide…

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