BY JONATHAN HANSON / Reuters U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) spokesman Robert Lippert said the U.K. has a right to take steps to stop data mining of data, but that the UK should not attempt to ban mining.
The UN high commissioner for refugees said in a statement that “the U.KS. has the right to stop such mining.
However, this right cannot be used to impose sanctions against individuals who engage in such activities.”
The U.k. and the U,S.
have been engaged in data mining in recent years, especially in areas where it is legal, such as the mining of geospatial data, according to data mining expert Stephen Hockett.
Hocketson said in an interview that data mining companies use the data to sell products, which are sold online or at retail outlets.
The mining companies also often collect personal data on users of their products, such the names and addresses of people using their products or how long they have been using their product.
The companies also collect information about users of online services, such users’ websites visited, how often they visit sites, how long their visits last, and whether they are logged on.
Hocketsen said the mining companies that have a business relationship with the U and the UK are using the information to make money and to build their businesses.
Hocksen said that if the companies were not using the data for commercial purposes, they should be held accountable for the mining.
“They should be accountable to be accountable for what they are doing with the data and for how it is being used,” Hockesen said.
He said the United States should follow the U.-K.
example by making it illegal for the companies to use data mining to sell or sell their products.
“The U and U. Kingdom are responsible for what’s happening with their data and data mining and they should do something about it,” Hocksett said.
The United Kingdom and the United states have also been involved in data hacking attacks in the past, he said.
Hockingett said that in the U’s case, the companies involved have had their computers seized and that the companies have had to pay damages to the U for the damage done.
Hocksett noted that the data mining industry has a number of “ethical concerns” and that there are concerns about the impact of the industry on the privacy of users and on the safety of employees.
The U. K. government should also take a stance on the issue of data mining, Hockettsen said, adding that data miners should be subject to the same safeguards that companies are under.
In a separate statement, the UBS Group said that while it has no control over the mining operations of the companies, it does have a legal duty to protect users from data breaches.
In the past it has taken legal action against mining companies who have engaged in such breaches, including by providing customer information to third parties, the bank said.HOCKETSEN: Data Mining Threats Have Been Harmful to U. S. Privacy Article