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How to Get Ready for GDPR: 2018 Data Protection Changes

IP Pro
April 18, 2017

"Perhaps the most written-about feature of the GDPR is the "right to be forgotten". This gives an individual the right to order a business to erase their personal data, as long as certain criteria are met. To find out more, PC Pro spoke to Sarah Pearce, a partner in the Technology Transactions Group at law firm Cooley LLP. She told us that data controllers will have to erase any and all copies or links to personal data where the data subject withdraws consent and there is no legal ground for processing it. The organisation must also take reasonable steps to inform others who are processing the data concerned."

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