DPEC

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DPECDe Pied en Cap (French shoe company)
DPECDiversified Private Equity Corporation (New York)
DPECDirective on Privacy and Electronic Communications (European Union)
DPECDrug Policy Expert Committee (Australia)
DPECDistributeur en Parapharmacie et Cosmétiques (French: Parapharmacy and Cosmetics Distributor: Algeria)
DPECDéfense des Paysages et de l'Environnement de Charnècles (French: Landscapes of Defense and the Environment Charnècles; Charnècles, France)
DPECDairy Process Engineering Centre (Australia)
DPECDaniel Pearl Education Center (Temple B'Nai Shalom; East Brunswick, NJ)
DPECDynamic Positioning Excellence Committee
DPECDelta Power Electronics Center (China)
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The 2002 Directive on Privacy and Electronic Communications, (98)
The poll of 200 firms showed 31 per cent were not complying with the EU directive on privacy and electronic communications, which grants internet users the right to refuse emailed adverts and marketing messages.
At present, traffic data retention for public telecommunications networks is governed by Directive 2002/58/EC of the European Parliament and Council (July 12, 2002) concerning the processing of personal data and the protection of privacy in the electronic communications sector (Directive on Privacy and Electronic Communications).
* Electronic Directive on Privacy and Electronic Communications, http://europa.eu.lnt/eur-lox/pd/on/oj/dat/2002/I_201 /l_20120020731en00370047.pdf.
Communications company Pitney Bowes has carried out a survey and found that just 66% of all the telecomms companies in the UK comply with the EU Directive on Privacy and Electronic Communications.
EEMA is also seeking clarification from the European Commission on additions made to the Directive on Privacy and Electronic Communications (2002/58/EC) specifically to combat spam.
The Directive on Privacy and Electronic Communications will bring a raft of new legislation governing how businesses approach new business campaigns.
The EU's Directive on Privacy and Electronic Communications is designed to make electronic communications more secure while also protecting the personal data and privacy of email, telephone and fax users.
The Directive on Privacy and Electronic Communications includes provisions on security of networks and services, confidentiality of communications, access to information stored on terminal equipment, processing of traffic and location data, calling line identification, public subscriber directories and unsolicited commercial communications.
Explaining the background to the new legislation, he added: 'The Directive on Privacy and Electronic Communications 2002 was part of the European Commission's 1999 review to update the legal framework governing electronic communications to take account of technological changes and to make the provisions of any new law as technology neutral as possible.
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