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General Data Protection Regulation Guide

07 February 2017

The new General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”), which comes into force on 25 May 2018, marks a significant change in the EU data protection regime. The GDPR will repeal and replace the current Data Protection Directive, which forms the basis for the existing data protection regime. It will apply directly in each Member State, which should reduce the level of national variation in relation to data protection law.  

Our GDPR guide helpfully outlines: 

  • Who the GDPR applies to 

  • How companies can prepare for the implementation of the GDPR 

  • How the GDPR alters current data protection law 

  • What the GDPR means for your role

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An overview of the GDPR by our Partner and Head of Commerical, Philip Nolan 

 

Further Reading

Reforming Data Protection Law – Introducing the General Data Protection Regulation

Employment Law Update: What does the GDPR Mean for Employers?

General Data Protection Regulation: 6 Things You Need to Know

Post-Brexit – What’s the Potential Fallout for Data Protection?

 


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