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Insurance Broking Practice and the Law

Chapter 23 DATA PROTECTION ISSUES INTRODUCTION 23-1 The volume of information, and in particular information that relates to living individuals, that insurers and insurance brokers deal with on a daily basis has increased exponentially in recent years due, amongst other things, to compliance requirements and the high value of such information from a marketing perspective.

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