What is the GDPR?

by | Dec 1, 2020

GDPR stands for General Data Privacy Regulation is a strict regulation created by the European Union, which emphasize data protection and privacy in the EU, as well as the transfer of data outside of the region. The regulation is created to ensure transparency between organizations and individuals whose data are used.

 

For marketers working with a European counterpart and using EU citizens’ data, it’s important to note that even if you live outside the EU, this regulation also applies to you.

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