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With the implementation of the GDPR, many, recurring questions have come to rise and the answers still leave many of us confused.
With the GDPR in order, the actions one must take in appointing a Representative are quite clear. But, why should you? What would happen if you don’t comply?
Article 27 states that EU based data subjects are entitled to have their data protection affairs handled in the EU via parties that are amenable to EU law.
The prospect of Brexit creates major uncertainty in many areas of life and business, not least when it comes to the question of the data that you hold in your business and how you comply with data protection requirements and GDPR.
The European Data Protection Board (EDPB) provided very welcome guidance on the role of the Article 27 GDPR Representative following its Fourth Plenary Session.
Article 27 of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requires that any business not based in the EU that holds data on anyone in the EU, must appoint a representative in the EU for GDPR purposes.
When you see companies like WhatsApp getting brought to task by the data protection authorities and their parent company Facebook getting sued
The introduction of GDPR led to one of the biggest frenzies in corporate activity we’ve seen in quite some time. A lot of it quite unnecessary and hysterical, based on incomplete information and bad advice.
When we established EU Business Partners one of the first things we did was become Corporate Members of the International Association of Privacy Practitioners and we are very proud to be part of that organisation.
The IAPP is an excellent organization, it is the International Association of Privacy Practitioners.