7 steps to comply with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulations

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    By Ruby Mackenzie-Harris and Brad Vinning

    Did you know that if your business uses or collects the data of customers, clients or users who reside in the European Union, you will have to comply with the EU’s new General Data Protection Regulations (“GDPR”) as of 25 May 2018?

    Ruby Mackenzie-Harris and Brad Vinning explain how these new regulations affect you and/or your business, what happens if you and/or your business aren't compliant, and seven steps you can take to protect yourself.


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