How GDPR will weigh on cloud computing providers and impose new breach notification rules

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How GDPR will weigh on cloud computing providers and impose new breach notification rules

Part two: Pinsent Masons' consultant lawyer Kuan Hon warns that cloud providers handling personal will have an expensive new set of legal obligations under GDPR

In the first part, we looked at the new obligations and liabilities that will be introduced under GDPR, and how it will affect cloud computing by putting more responsibility (and the prospect of high fines)...

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