What is the UK-GDPR?

The UK-GDPR is the United Kingdom’s version of the European GDPR, created after Brexit.

Some of the core components of the GDPR are retained in this regulation, with slight adjustments to accommodate domestic laws in the United Kingdom.

Key takeaways

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    Complying with the UK-GDPR is mandatory if data linked to UK citizens is collected or processed, regardless of the geographic location of the collecting business.
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    Non-compliance could result in fines up to £17.5 million or 4% of annual global turnover (whichever is greater).
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    The European GDPR still applied to UK citizens.
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