HRDB

AcronymDefinition
HRDBHuman Resources Development Branch
HRDBHeart Rate Response to Deep Breathing
HRDBHeart Rate Deep Breathing (cardiovascular health)
HRDBHuman Relations Diversity Board (Ocoee, FL)
HRDBHuman Resource Data Bank
HRDBHunter Richey & Di Benedetto, LLP (Sacramento, CA)
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In the news story on HRDB in Thursday's Post, it was asserted they had feedback from 635 individuals, including 45 former or current trainers from Britain, Ireland or France.
Joking aside, HRDB rightly declares its responsibilities under the data protection act and that it will store "your precise areas of concern".
Champions Day will go ahead as planned, one suspects, but it is notable that the HRDB site, despite being about as far from Facebook as you can get without reverting to Basildon Bond and first-class stamps, appears to have attracted a proper cross-section of the public, including the young and the female.