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We have seen significant changes in the law and practice of data protection between 1998 and 2008.
Monday 29 January Friday 2 February 2007 COUNCIL MEETINGS Agriculture and Fisheries Council (29 January 2007) ECOFIN (30 January 2007) COURT OF JUSTICE Judgments Environment and consumers C-19904 Commission...