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The General Data Protection Regulation will replace existing EU nations' data protection laws from May 2018.
The "Cookie Directive" governs digital marketing and related activity. A revised version is due to become applicable in 2018.
The UK's departure from the European Union is unlikely to result in any significant differences in the data protection rights or obligations of UK citizens and businesses.
The GDPR covers a far wider scope of data and organisations than previous legislation.
A set of guiding principles for data protection form the basis of the GDPR.
Determine what items of personal data an organisation uses and retains.
Formulate clear, justified and legitimate reasons for processing personal data.