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What is GDPR?
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a new EU Regulation, related to protection of personal data which came into effect on 25th of May 2018. The aim of GDPR is to protect the rights of EU citizens to their data privacy and to ensure and accountability, transparency and security by data controllers and processors. It gives every EU citizen the legal right to know what, where, why and when their data is being used as well as their right 'to be erased or forgotten’.
GDPR will add to the already existing EU Data Protection Directive's eight principles:
· Obtain and process information fairly.
· The data must be kept for a specified, lawful purpose.
· The data should be used and disclosed only for the specified purpose.
· The data must be kept safe and secure.
· The data must be up to date, accurate and complete.
· The data must be relevant, adequate but not excessive.
· The date must be retained for no longer than is necessary.
· A copy of the data must be made available to the data subject, on request.
GDPR's main aim is to protect the rights of EU citizens’ data privacy and to ensure transparency, security and accountability by data controllers and processors. (International Association of Privacy Professionals.)
How Does GDPR Affect a DocConor.com Customer or Subscriber?
· DocConor.com continually reviews all personal data, existing privacy policies and alters and/ updates processes as required according to law.
· DocConor.com has a specific procedure that will respond to data subject requests for access, recification, objection, restriction, portability, and deletion (right to be forgotten).
· DocConor.com implements appropriate security processes and measures to respond to any security breaches.
· DocConor.com ensures a record is stored for all necessary data, consent forms, privacy policies and procedures, training materials, and data transfer agreements.