EU proposals for data protection could pose a threat to fundraising
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EU proposals for data protection could pose a threat to fundraising

12 Sep 2014 | Andy Taylor

European Union proposals for data protection could pose the biggest challenge for fundraising in a generation. Andy Taylor highlights the potential dangers.

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