EU General Data Protection Regulation Law
Marketing experts which operate in or across EU markets have to get familiar with internet law. The most important are data protection and privacy laws. However, everybody knows the next few years will bring important changes.
European policy creators have agreed an update to the existing data protection legal framework dating back to 1995 (in the UK, the 1998 Data Protection Act).
Brussels wants to add new aspects that will require a new outlook.
Below are the most important aims of the new legislation.
- Harmonisation – one law across all the continent. We live in global digital word and new laws should be also global according to EU.
- Penalties have been increased.
- Brussels aims for consistent and practical guidance across all Europe.
What will happen with the so-called ‘Cookie Law’?
When will they have to face and implement both regulations?
Many companies feel anxious or troubled about this. Professionals in Brussels are discussing all aspects.
The organisations and businesses which will get familiar and follow the ICO’s updates are likely to gain an advantage. This is the reason why it is a good idea to stay up to date and read all the latest news.
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