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GDPR Adoption…the reality
GDPR Adoption…the reality

It is almost four and a half years since the GDPR became enforced in May of 2018. Since that date, when the world went mad over consent, subscriptions and other connection requests that most of the requestors ignored, we have had Harry and Megan, Brexit, Covid-19 and...

Post-Brexit Data Protection

The Brexit transition period ended on 31st December 2020. UK organisations that process personal data must now comply with the following laws: The DPA (Data Protection Act) 2018 and UK GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) if they process only domestic...

Brexit Deal Keeps Data Flowing
Brexit Deal Keeps Data Flowing

Howard Freeman - 29th December 2020. The feared outcome that businesses would have to find new ways to keep data flowing between the EU and the UK following the Brexit deal has not been realised. Brexit negotiators agreed to a temporary solution that will keep the...

Update on post-Brexit GDPR
Update on post-Brexit GDPR

Will the GDPR still apply? The GDPR is an EU regulation and we wanted to update on post-Brexit GDPR. This means it became law in all member states of the EU (including the UK), without the need for a UK Act of Parliament. It also applies to the EEA states. The UK...

Brexit and the new UK GDPR
Brexit and the new UK GDPR

The United Kingdom has now left the European Union. However, until 31st December 2020, EU laws, which include the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), continue to apply to the U.K. This is the transition period. Once the transition period has ended,...

Business as usual for the GDPR following Brexit
Business as usual for the GDPR following Brexit

The U.K. Information Commissioner’s Office said it is “business as usual for data protection”. The EU General Data Protection Regulation will continue to apply as the United Kingdom has now left the European Union. A Brexit transition has now begun, running through to...