The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a regulation in the European Union (EU) that outlines the rights of individuals and the obligations of organisations that control or process personal data. The GDPR applies to all organisations that process the personal data of individuals located in the EU, regardless of the organisation’s location.

The UK GDPR is the UK’s implementation of the GDPR. It is a law that sets out rules for how organisations can collect, use, and store personal data. The UK GDPR applies to all organisations that process personal data of individuals located in the UK, regardless of the organisation’s location.

The UK GDPR is similar to the GDPR, but there are some key differences. For example, the UK GDPR does not have the same provisions for data transfers to countries outside of the EU.

The UK GDPR is a complex law, and organisations that process personal data should seek legal advice to ensure compliance.

Here are some of the key provisions of the UK GDPR:

The UK GDPR also gives individuals a number of rights, including the right to:

Organizations that fail to comply with the UK GDPR can be fined up to €20 million or 4% of their global annual turnover, whichever is greater.

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bateswells.co.uk/updates/charity-legacy-professionals-and-the-general-data-protection-regulation-gdpr-are-you-processing-personal-data/

github.com/olegborisovv/GDPR_policy_bot

github.com/birsanion/blindhub.ro