The dangers of personal email

It is not just presidential candidates who need to be aware of the dangers of using a personal email account for business matters. When a charity receives a data subject access request, staff and trustees may be required to disclose information held on personal email accounts or mobile phones.


Rupert Earle and Andrew Wheelhouse look at the implications for charities. 

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Please contact Rupert Earle if you have any queries. 

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