@cblinazasoro1 asked 6 months ago.

Explain how customer service information can be used, making reference to the data protection act?

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@ojyfucex answered 5 months ago.

It's important to explain how customer service information can be used to make reference to the Data Protection Act. It's important to explain how customer service information can be used to make reference to the Data Protection Act.
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@uttyttuvod answered 6 months ago.

The Data Protection Act is a UK act that "enables individuals to protect their privacy by requiring organisations to conform to nine principles covering fair and lawful processing of personal data." Basically, the act protects customer's data and gives them the power to request their data be deleted.
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@icesime answered 6 months ago.

The Data Protection Act 1998 is an Act of Parliament of the United Kingdom that regulates the processing of information relating to individuals. The act regulates the way in which personal data must be handled, used, stored and disclosed. It also specifies the rights of individuals and sets out civil and criminal sanctions for breaches of the Act.
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@ecapajo answered 6 months ago.

 

The Data Protection Act 1998 is concerned with how organisations use the personal information that they hold about individuals. When dealing with personal information, organisations have to comply with eight data protection principles.

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@affannassar answered 6 months ago.

The data protection act is very clear on how you should be handing customer information. The customer information you collect is only to be used to provide your services, unless the customer gives you permission to use it in another way, for example, to send them marketing information.
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