The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on 25 May 2018.
Whilst some aspects of the regulation are still awaiting guidance from the Article 29 working, there is plenty you can be doing now to ensure you are compliant by May 2018.
As well as collecting some useful links to official sources, we'll be using this area to collate our insights and commentary on the subject of GDPR.
Lewis Silkin's GDPR events, insights and news
This is a half day data conference comprising interactive sessions, speakers from Lewis Silkin, Accenture and industry specialists.
Dr. Nathalie Moreno comments for formtek on the impact of GDPR for foreign companies doing business in Europe.
Significant changes are coming to data privacy regulation. The EU General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) will directly apply to all European Union member states from 25 May 2018, which at that time will still include the UK.
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) is probably to date one of the most lobbied legislation adopted by the EU since its creation.
The ICO has learned that there has been a "large numbers of spam texts linked to the gambling sector", and is therefore clamping down on how companies/affiliates use personal data to promote online gambling.
Delighted that our video "11 things you must do to prepare for GDPR” has been mentioned in The Times' Law Brief column by Edward Fennell.