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October 31, 2018

Should your customers have been erased?

The right to erasure, also known as the ‘right to be forgotten’, is one of the cornerstones of GDPR. Whether verbally or in writing, individuals can request that your company deletes some or all of the personal data held about them. Other new rules, like California’s new Consumer Privacy Act 2018

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October 22, 2018

Mind the Gap Analysis

In the final weeks and months leading up to the arrival of GDPR, a number of nervous businesses were sold on the idea of commissioning a gap analysis or gap assessment by their agencies and consultants.

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October 22, 2018

The do’s and don’ts of orphaned personal data

Imagine that your business holds personal data on an individual that is no longer being – or has never been – used. For example, the CV of an unsuccessful recruit, including their address and contact details.

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October 03, 2018

Dealing with data breaches should be business as usual

In the run up to GDPR, we started to see companies treating customers differently. We began to see emails warning us about data breaches, with specific news about what the breach was, what was being done about it and what, if anything, we should do ourselves.And with Dixons Carphone now...

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