UK businesses urged to appoint EU representative after Canadian firm fined under GDPR

John Leonard
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LocateFamily.com fell foul of Article 27

Last week the Dutch data protection authority Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens (AP) fined Canadian firm LocateFamily.com for processing the data of EU citizens in a case that should be a warning to UK f...

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