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A good attempt at a complex issue,
This review is from: Blackstone's Guide to the Data Protection Act 1998 (Paperback)
I echo Kurt's view in the main. As a professional engaged in data protection work I found the book very interesting, although I was rather surprised that over half of the book consisted of the actual act itself, something that is available for free on the internet. Although I do understand to some extent it's inclusion.
Again I agree with Kurt that some more examples and also some more attempts at interpretations of various aspects of the act would have been useful (loopholes would have been good too).
A good book for the price, but I suspect the more expensive books available might also be more comprehensive in their coverage of what is going to be an increasingly hot topic.