The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is one of the first attempts to properly protect the personal data of private EU citizens. This regulation entered into force on May 25, 2018, but still the majority of companies have not properly adapted their websites so that they meet all the requirements of the GDPR. This is especially important for companies and organizations that plan to or already collect information from their customers or website visitors. While communicating with many clients, we noticed that it is the GDPR and its requirements that are really unclear, often a mystical “place” for our clients. It is for this reason that we have prepared this article, which will outline 10 steps to help you make your existing company website GDPR compliant.
In order to properly comply with all GDPR
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