Sending and Storing Emails - The Regulatory Regimeby Proofpoint, Inc.
Published on: 01/02/2012
Email has become one of the most commonly used forms of commercial communication due to its speed and convenience. Unfortunately, these features also increase legal and security risks since it is often difficult to exercise control over content, generation, use and storage. In this resource, explore the regulatory regime in the EU and United Kingdom relating to the use and storage of emails, and the legal consequences from unintentional or deliberate misuse.
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