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Our GDPR Guide will help you to get your business GDPR Compliant

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has arrived.  Is your business compliant?  Whatever industry you’re in and no matter how small or large your web presence, you’ll need to ensure that your website is GDPR compliant.

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) replaced the Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC.  It was designed to unify the data privacy rules throughout Europe.  The purpose being to ensure that all Citizens of the EU had a consistent level of protection and control of their own data privacy. The unification ensures consistency throughout the region.  You will be responsible for ensuring that your business is compliant and our GDPR Guide has been designed to help.

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How does it affect me?

The GDPR is not only about your own website - it will also apply to organisations located outside of the EU if they provide goods or services to, or monitor the behaviour of, EU data subjects. For instance, if your website is integrated with a third party software provider that’s located outside of the EU, that software and the provider will also need to be GDPR compliant for you and your business to ensure compliance.   Within the GDPR the conditions for consent have been strengthened, companies can no longer use long, illegible terms and conditions full of legalese.  The request for consent must be made in a clear, easily accessible form. Consent must be distinguishable from other matters and requested in plain language. It must also be as easy to withdraw consent. Explicit consent is required for processing all sensitive personal data.  What does this actually mean? Nothing short of “opt in” will suffice!  We have designed this guide to help you to ensure your compliance.

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