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The top ten key implications of GDPR

Published: 9 March, 2018

The upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR),will come into force from May 25th, 2018, with the express purpose of protecting EU citizens and giving them control over
personal data through a unified set of standards.

And it seems that, because this is EU legislation, many British firms are choosing to ignore it. In fact, it’s been reported that 25% of UK companies have given up on GDPR preparations, as
they believe it won’t apply to them post-Brexit. Wrong. All firms and organisations that deal with EU citizens must comply with GDPR, regardless of location. So, whether you’re based in London, Paris or Timbuktu – you must comply, with huge fines ready for those who transgress. But GDPR is a long and complex set of regulations, which will take a lot of sifting through to fully understand.

Thankfully, I’ve done some of the hard work for you and put together a list of the top ten key implications of GDPR.

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