GDPR: One year on

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During the first quarter of 2018 we were inundated as consumers with an acronym that almost seemed to define our lives: GDPR, the General Data Protection Regulations that came into force on 25th May 2018.  They were enacted into UK Law by the Data Protection Act 2018.  We were being asked if we were happy to continue to receive emails and if we were happy for businesses to hold out information and we were being sent data privacy statements as if all of this would help the business comply with the new regulation. Consent was king, it seemed none of…

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