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THE GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION (GDPR) WILL TRANSFORM THE RULES FOR USING PERSONAL DATA

And the fines for non-compliance

The GDPR has the power to change the way your business can collect, process, use and transfer personal data. Not only will you need to know and prove where your personal data is stored, you may also need to change the way you collect it. Subject access requests will have even shorter timescales as fines for noncompliance hit new levels. And that’s just the start. You may need to appoint a Data Protection Officer (DPO) and re-think how you report data loss or theft.

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