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GDPR outlines the specific rights that ensure individuals are in control of their personal data, can request a copy of their data at any time, and can ask for it to be deleted. GDPR will also mean individuals have to give consent before organisations can contact them - putting an end to random direct mail and companies selling data on to others.What does GDPR stand for?
First things first. GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation. It is a European Union law and replaces the Data Protection Directive, which was not. What does the GDPR stand for, philosophically?What does GDPR mean to the public sector?
The GDPR restricts the public authorities from using Legitimate Interest as a legal grounds for processing personal data. This means that public authorities must find another legal ground if Legitimate Interest is currently relied upon.What is GDPR and does it apply to me?
The first thing to ask is, does GDPR apply to me? The answer is most likely, yes. At its most simple, GDPR applies to any company that handles personal data. According to the definition in the regulation, personal data: "means any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person".