Almost one-half of UK firms still unaware of their obligations under the new EU data protection laws

John Leonard
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Computing survey finds the nation split between those getting on with preparing for the GDPR and those only dimly aware of changes that will affect all businesses

Organisations should be under no illusion. The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which will come into force in 2018, represents a major change in the way that personal data must be mana...

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