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There are 7 key principles in the GDPR they are:
The GDPR sets out the rights of the individual as follows:
To be GDPR compliant, an organisation must make sure that the personal data is collected in a lawful and transparent way, it is protected from misuse, maintained in a secure way and that they have appointed someone to be responsible for GDPR compliance.
To ensure your organisation is GDPR compliant the GDPR.EU have compiled a checklist which you can access here: https://gdpr.eu/checklist
The GDPR is applicable to any organisation who operates either inside or outside of the EU who obtains personal data for any reason from residents within the EU. So even if your business is located outside of the EU, you will be required to be GDPR compliant if you offer goods and services to residents of the EU.
This means that almost all organisations should have a GDPR compliant policy in place.
CalOPPA applies to any organisation or individual who operates a website or online service and collects personally identifying information from Californian residents. CalOPPA however doesn't apply to entities who store personally identifiable information for a third party.
Under CalOPPA the following are required:
You can include multiple clauses based on what your business’s data collection practices and other operations are related to your user’s privacy.
The Data Protection Act (DPA) 2018 is the UK’s updated data protection law which became effective on 25th May 2018 and was recently amended on the 1st January 2021 to reflect the United Kingdom’s exit from the EU. It sits alongside the UK GDPR and replaces the Data Protection Act 1998. The United Kingdom is […]