EU data protection proposals would kill fundraisers’ mailing lists, says report
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EU data protection proposals would kill fundraisers’ mailing lists, says report 1

28 Aug 2014 | David Ainsworth

Proposed EU data protection rules could destroy mailing lists relied on by charity fundraisers, and would present “the biggest challenge in fundraising for a generation”, according to a report published this week by direct marketing agency Medialab.

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