Changes to Data Protection Legislation: How does this affect my website?
The internet today is a repository of information with nearly 2 billion websites and counting. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) aims to strengthen individual’s rights regarding the collection, use and storage of their personal data. The focus is on making the information flow more transparent for the data subject. All organisations who process personal [...]read more →
Data Protection and Third Parties
Organisations frequently need to transfer personal data to third parties. Examples of these types of relationships might be those which you have with your accountant, web host and marketing company. Under the General Data Protection Regulation (‘GDPR’), the body who determines the purposes and means of processing is the ‘data controller’ and the body who [...]read more →