GDPR has replaced the EU Data Protection derivative of 1995. This new directive is focused on ensuring transparency in business and expanding the privacy rights of data subjects. In case of data breach, the company is required by the GDPR to notify all affected members within 72 hours. The GDPR rules are applicable to all European citizens irrespective of the fact that the company lies in EU or not. It also defines penalty for non compliance. The GDPR will have wide-ranging implications for businesses and individuals alike, but what exactly does it mean? What are some of the key changes that GDPR will bring? This section provides a list of articles with GDPR news and articles.
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