How Legal Departments Can Prepare For The Upcoming GDPR

By Michele Gorman (March 14, 2018, 2:14 PM EDT) -- Some multinational companies and their legal departments have been taking steps toward complying with the European Union's upcoming data protection regime, while others have only just begun or aren't even considering action before the regulation goes into effect in less than 75 days.

Starting on May 25, the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation will force organizations or firms in any country that offer products or services to EU residents, or that store and collect data on those individuals, to gain explicit consent to keep personal data, and allow consumers to have their details deleted, a reality that may be troubling to...

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