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Are You Compliant with EU and UK Law?
If your business is located outside of the EU and sells goods or services within the EU, or monitors the behaviour patterns of private individuals resident within the EU, then subject to very limited exceptions you will be breaking the law (General Data Protection Regulation ‘GDPR’) unless you appoint a GDPR EU Representative.
To ensure that you properly comply with all EU legislation, it is critical that you appoint a GDPR Representative to fulfil all of your obligations. At GDPRep, our GDPR EU and UK Representative service will safeguard your company and ensure that all of your organisations processes handling EU and UK personal data conform with GDPR. As such, your exposure to any substantial fines and regulatory action is minimised by our representation.
Should the UK decide to leave the EU, the situation remains unchanged. Even in the event of a ‘No Deal Brexit’, it will be necessary for all non-UK based Data Controllers to appoint a UK GDPR Representative.
The EU’s GDPR came into force in March 2018 and applies to all member states. However, it also applies to organisations that are not based within the EU and therefore its reach is worldwide.
The GDPR can be best described as the most important data protection law in the world. If you are a non-EU company handling data and/or providing goods and services in the EU, make sure you adhere to this far-reaching legislation by appointing GDPRep as your GDPR Representative.