GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation and it could be the most powerful data protection law in the world
GDPR has become an internet sensation and has created a huge buzz in the media. Over the last few months, Two events contributed in GDPR's active media coverage.
Complying to GDPR did not turn out to be an easy job for some companies
Some rights of data subject, provided by E.U. General data protection regulation, already exists in some European countries. Germany, for example, has one of the toughest data protection laws in the world
Consumer's or user's consent is the building block of the GDPR. It is also one of the key changes brought about by the regulation
Withdrawing consent must be easy and it must be freely given
The user has a right to access the data that company collects and processes on him/her
The data subject has right to correct inaccurate data
The data subject has the right to deletion of data
Right to portability will provide users with more control over their data
There’s another novelty under the GDPR articles 13 and 14: companies must inform users in a clear manner
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