Data Protection Requirements Post Brexit March 2019

By 28th January 2019July 15th, 2019No Comments

GDPR BrexitWhen the UK leaves the EU the new relationship as a non-member will mean that businesses and charities will need to review their data protection procedures in order to ensure compliance with GDPR in the EU.

It is the change of status of the UK as a non-EU member that means that you need to review your responsibilities under the GDPR.

The UK government has confirmed that no changes will be required for businesses and charities that only deal locally and that no change will apply to the existing regulations for UK companies transferring data to EEA states.

The changes will apply to UK businesses that receive transfers of personal data from within the EU and the ICO in the UK has issued the following guidance and advice to businesses and charities.



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