Data Protection for Library and Information Services

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Is Your Organisation a Corporate Member of Aslib? iv
  • Series Editor v
  • About the Author vi
  • Disclaimer vii
  • Contents viii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - Personal Data 5
  • 2 - The Eight Data Protection Principles 8
  • 3 - Who is Responsible for Data Protection? 10
  • 4 - Informing the Data Subject 15
  • 5 - When Do You Need Consent? 22
  • 6 - Processing ‘sensitive’ Personal Data 29
  • 7 - Processing Only for Specific Purposes 33
  • 8 - Monitoring Employees and the Public 36
  • 9 - The Requirement to Have Good Quality Data 39
  • 10 - Archive and Destruction Policies 43
  • 11 - People’s Right to See Their Own Records 47
  • 12 - Restrictions on Direct Marketing 56
  • 13 - Other Data Subject Rights 63
  • 14 - Security 66
  • 15 - Who Can See What? 73
  • 16 - Transferring Data Abroad 77
  • 17 - Exemptions and Other Special Cases 83
  • 18 - Notification 88
  • 19 - Codes of Practice 93
  • 20 - Enforcement and Penalties 95
  • 21 - The Data Protection Compliance Officer 100
  • 22 - References and Further Reading 102
  • 23 - Contacts 105
  • 24 - Appendices 107
  • Index 121
  • Aslib Know How Guides 131
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