This article posted on our partner site discusses how the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is soon to take effect, meaning Canadian businesses who handle the personal information of EU residents will need to review their privacy policies. Imran Ahmad and Arshia Asif at Miller Thompson LLP break down the key features of the GDPR and how they will affect Canadian businesses. If your business handles personal information of EU residents, the GDPR means a definite change in data handling which if not done properly, could lead to serious fines.


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