DPDI Bill returns to Parliament for Lords' committee stage

15/03/2024 | UK Parliament

The Data Protection and Digital Information (DPDI) Bill will return to Parliament next week for the committee stage as the House of Lords begin their line by line scrutiny of the text. 

Committee hearings in the House of Lords have been set for 20, 25, and 27 March. Two further dates, 15-17 April, have also been allocated. A number of new amendments (see Amendment Paper tab) will be introduced on 20 March, covering a range of topics, including ensuring children's data is part of the definition of sensitive data, assigning data rights to a third party, and using personal data for direct marketing.

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