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The General Data Protection Regulation came into final force on 25th May 2018. This far-reaching regulation replaces the various regulations and national laws that were in place across the European Economic Area (EEA) over the last twenty years. The regulation increases the level of control EEA citizens and residents have over their personal data in the new digital age and presents a more unified environment for international business across Europe.
The Regulation impacts any business that receives, processes, stores or transfers personal data of EEA-based individuals, regardless of its location. Personal data is defined broadly and typically includes information relating to an individual such as name, email, location, online identifier, IP address, home address etc., whether in a work or domestic setting. New rights are given to individual data subjects concerning the personal data being stored, including the right prior notification of what data is being used for, how it will be processed and when it will be deleted. As a result, most businesses dealing with the European market have had to review and update their data practices and privacy policies. High punitive fines can be levied for businesses that do not comply.
YourBodyPosture & the GDPR
YourBodyPosture has been focused on completing its General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance efforts.