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Data protection regulation warned against

Data protection regulation warned against | ESRC press coverage | Scoop.it

Europe: Evidence-based policy making in Europe is at risk from changes to a data protection regulation being considered by the European Union, according to an open letter signed by almost 30 leading scientists. 

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Europe's leading scientists including ESRC's CEO and President of Science Europe Professor Paul Boyle, have highlighted in a joint letter, that proposed European Parliament amendments to data protection legislation will undermine beneficial scientific research. 


Article originally published 19 August 2014.

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Euro data threat

Euro data threat | ESRC press coverage | Scoop.it
European Parliament amendments to data protection legislation will hamstring beneficial scientific research
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Professor Paul Boyle, ESRC's CEO and President of Science Europe writes an open letter to the Times in which he highlights that proposed European Parliament amendments to data protection legislation will undermine beneficial scientific research. 


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Data protection changes risk ‘dire consequences’, scientists warn

Data protection changes risk ‘dire consequences’, scientists warn | ESRC press coverage | Scoop.it
Scientists have warned that evidence-based policy making in Europe is at risk from changes to a data protection regulation being considered by the European Union.
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Europe's leading scientists including ESRC's CEO and President of Science Europe Professor Paul Boyle, have highlighted in a joint letter, that proposed European Parliament amendments to data protection legislation will undermine beneficial scientific research. 


Article originally published 16 August 2014.

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