GDPR is here to stay

The new EU rules on privacy apply to every non-EU company. So, every company dealing with personal data relating to offering goods or services to EU citizens, or monitoring EU citizens’ behaviour occurring within the EU. The General Data Protection Regulation comes into force on 25 May 2018. And it’s here to stay.

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GDPR: What every non-EU business should do now

Essential steps Doing nothing is no option, so every non-EU company should start with the following four steps (and quickly after that, take 11 steps more!)...

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Urgent GDPR Questions (and answers)

Are you facing data issues? Do you have any of the following questions? My database contains many e-mail addresses of EU citizens, am I required to obtain th...

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What happens if you breach the GDPR?

The GDPR gives all individuals the right to a judicial remedy. The key change is that individuals may bring a claim against the data controller or the data proc...

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Data protection: the individual rights of EU-ci…

GDPR says every EU citizen has the right to be informed about the way their personal data will be processed. Individuals within the EU have the right to be info...

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New EU Privacy rules: what every non-EU business should do now

New EU Privacy regulation implies an important change for every non-EU company, dealing with EU citizens. The General Data Protection Regulation (the GDPR) give...

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Security breaches in the GDPR

“Security breaches in the GDPR”, article by Sonia Vázquez, lawyer at ECIJA, for Actualidad Jurídica Aranzadi. DOWNLOAD PDF  

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ICO publishes expanded guidance on GDPR

January 3, 2018 The ICO has replaced its “Overview of the GDPR” with a “Guide to the GDPR”.

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ICO publishes expanded guidance on GDPR for pensions trustees

January 3, 2018 The ICO has replaced its “Overview of the GDPR” with a “Guide to the GDPR”.