- Wednesday, 18 October 2017
The General Data Protection Regulation was approved in 2016 and businesses have been given 2 years, until 25th May 2018, to work towards compliance with the regulation. We’re now just 8 months away from that date, and some businesses are still waiting; waiting to see what guidance comes from the ICO, waiting to see if Brexit will have an effect, waiting to understand where to start…
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