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Cyprus Data Protection Chapter

Cyprus Data Protection Chapter

Our firm has contributed the Cyprus Chapter for the International Comparative Legal Guide to: Data Protection, published by Global Legal Group Ltd, London for the year 2015.

The Cyprus Chapter is available at: http://www.iclg.co.uk/practice-areas/data-protection/data-protection-2015/cyprus

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