A procrastinator's guide to GDPR: Five things advisers need to know

Comes into force on May 25

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 Michael Osterman: "At its core, GDPR strengthens the rights of EU data subjects."
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Michael Osterman: "At its core, GDPR strengthens the rights of EU data subjects."

GDPR's implementation deadline is just a few days away. For the stragglers out there, Michael Osterman runs through five things advice firms need to know

The new EU-wide General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was signed into law in late April 2016 and comes into effect on May 25. That now leaves less than one month to finalise preparations before the...

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