General Data Protection Regulation comes into force in May, with sweeping new requirements for businesses that handle personal data.
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Businesses across the EU have just four months to prepare for the implementation of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
The new regulation—which will take immediate effect from 25 May 2018 without any need for domestic law ratification—introduces sweeping new requirements for companies handling personal data.
Sybille Steiner, partner at law firm Irwin Mitchell, said that organisations need to conduct data audit to identify areas where
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