15th March 2018

It’s GDPR time

The new EU regulation replaces the Data Protection Act and gives control back to citizens over their personal data.

The new EU regulation replaces the Data Protection Act and gives control back to citizens over their personal data.

Graeme Fearon, Intellectual Property partner and data protection expert at Thrings, is among a panel of experts giving Insider  its take on GDPR.

“Being seen to treat customers’ personal data with care and consideration sends a powerful message about how much you value your customers. A rough rule of thumb is to ask whether you would be happy for your personal data to be processed in the same way you are proposing to handle your client’s data” says Graeme.

Click here to read the full feature in Insider.

More information on the new rules can be found in Thrings’ “A no nonsense guide to GDPR”, downloadable here.


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