In 1984 the UK introduced the Data Protection Act. It aimed to govern the processing of personal data by companies and organisations. By 1998 it had become clear that the Data Protection Act needed a review. This was to cover the growing use of computers within the workplace.
The new Data Protection Act included data stored on a computer. It also included accessible records in education and health. The penalty for breach of the 1998 act was a fine or criminal prosecution.
As a proactive member and supporter of Merseyside Search & Rescue, the team at We Shred It understand just how challenging it is to raise money for vital resources and equipment a charity requires to stay operational.
Thousands of volunteers across the country give up their free time to raise money for their chosen cause and every penny raised really does count.
Asking companies to provide regular donations is a time consuming job and in the current economic climate difficult to get ...