On May 25th, 2018, the GDPR will replace the EU Data Protection Directive (1995) and the UK Data Protection Act (1998). The regulation affects all EU companies that process or store personal information and companies not in the EU that process or store personal information for EU residents. Differing from the prior regulations, the GDPR focuses on the privacy and rights of the individual. Consumers and data subjects should have the right to know what data is held about them, as well as how it’s being stored and secured.

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