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GDPR Advice video: AIPP Member, Rightmove, lawyer interview

GDPR: The 25th May 2018 brings significant changes to the data aspects of how companies market their products & services, process and store client records.

The international property industry needs to get a firm grip on the data flow into, around and out of their businesses. The penalties for non-compliance with the GDPR – General Data Protection Regulations – are very severe.

The GDPR replaces the 1995 EU Data Protection Directive and is heavily focused on privacy and safeguarding principles, responding to growing global governmental concerns about the handling of personal data by companies and private entities.

Matthew Holman of EMW Law LLP is interviewed here by AIPP Member, Rightmove, 27th February 2018 and answers the following three questions:

  1. What consent do you need to get to allow you to market to your audience?
  2. What rules apply around passing data to third parties?
  3. How will this work alongside other industry legislation, like anti-money laundering?