One year on: Is the GDPR headache over?

One Year On: Is the GDPR Headache Over?

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Cast your memories back to before the 25th May 2018 and it’s quite likely a blur of GDPR chaos brings on a compliance induced migraine. For many businesses, the much anticipated date arrived, a sigh of relief followed and data protection seemingly became less of a priority. A year on from the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation and …

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GDPR: Have You Really Complied?

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What is GDPR? The General Data Protection Regulation is Europe’s new system for the protection of personal information. The framework put in place is set to equalise the data protection across all of the European Union as well as give better protection and more rights to individuals. It was approved by the EU Parliament after four years of debate and …

GDPR Basics: Our Guide To Understanding And Complying With The GDPR

GDPR Basics: Our Guide To Understanding And Complying With The GDPR

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GDPR Basics: Our Guide To Understanding And Complying With The GDPR Dear Startups, The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is about to come into force, are you ready for it? The (GDPR) was adopted by the European Union (including the UK) in April 2016 and will apply from the 25th May 2018. This regulation extends the data rights of individuals …

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3 Reasons Why Tech Startups Should Care About User Privacy And Data Protection

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When building your company, particularly if it’s a tech company, user privacy and data protection regulations are likely to be one of the last things on your mind. There are way too many other things to worry about. Yet still, looking at a big business like Google getting into trouble with European authorities due to personal data protection and ‘the …

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4 Things Business Owners Typically Overlook With Data Protection

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If your business processes personal data such as names, addresses, contact details, academic backgrounds and employment records of clients, employees or any other person, then you have a legal obligation to data protection. The Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA) The Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA) governs this area of law and aims to protect the privacy of a person when …