By the end of 2018, over 50% of companies affected by the GDPR will not be in full compliance with its requirements. Taking effect in May 2018 the European Union General Data Protection Regulation will require global organizations to control processes and protect the personal data of
EU citizens on a much higher level than they do today.
The issue of data protection is closely correlated with e-commerce law. Combined they will regulate how retailers conduct business electronically cross-borders, how they approach target groups and handle data in order to provide products and services to consumers.
Many of our clients conduct their business through e-commerce, and thus, in this article we have chosen to focus on the latest changes that are awaiting e-retailers.
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