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References 

Well done if you have made it to this page and completed all the exercises. I hope you have enjoyed learning about the Data Protection Law today.  If you have time, go back and browse through some of the links to discover more about the Act.

I would also like to acknowledge

Reference Text or Web Site
[HEA00] R.S.U. Heathcote, Successful ICT Projects in Front Page 2000. Payne-Galloway (2000)
[HEA03] P.M Heathcote, ‘AS’ Level ICT 3rd edition. Payne-Galloway (2003)
[W3C04] http://www.w3.org/WAI - world-wide-web consortium guidance on web accessibility initiative (2004)
[RNI04] http://www.rnib.org.uk/digital/hints - for navigation, frames, scrolling text guidance (2004)
[CAS04] http://www.cast.org/bobby - for accessibility checks (2004)
[PRI90] Privacy International, http://www.privacyinternational.org/ (1990)
[CDT04] Centre for Democracy & Technology ,  http://www.cdt.org/privacy/eudirective/EU_Directive_.html
[EOR03]  European Opinion Research Group, Summary of Views of Data Controllers on Data Protection legislation (2003)
[ EOS03]  EOS Gallup Europe - Flash EB 147, “Data Protection in the European Union” – Executive Summary (2003)
[INF04]  Office of the Information Commissioner, http://www.informationcommissioner.gov.uk. For links to the site, and the Agony Aunt letters
[BBC04] 

BBC Bitesize revision, The Legal Framework, http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/ict/legal/

[HAL04]  Hot Potato 6, Halfbaked software.com, http://www.halfbakedsoftware.com, software for making interactive web page elements (2004)
[NER01] Nerds World, http://www.nerdsworld.org, Office of the Information Commissioner (2001)
[TRU97] Truste, http://www.truste.org, A US watchdog and promoter of Internet user confidence (1997)

 

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