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The right to submit a DSAR is included in all major privacy laws passed to date, including laws using an opt-in model (GDPR) and those using an opt-out model (CCPA). The intention behind both pieces of legislation is the same: to create greater transparency between organizations that hold personal data and the subjects of that data. Let’s look a little more closely at what the legislation requires organizations to do when they receive a DSAR.
Every organization should develop and communicate their own processes for handling DSARs to ensure the whole organization understands and remains compliant.
Download this guide for a closer look at DSARs and how your organization can improve and be in compliance; including:
It’s not just European companies that have to navigate the complexities of data privacy compliance with the GDPR and ePrivacy Directive. Any company that handles consumer data in regulated ways and wants to do business in the EU needs to take compliance seriously.
GDPR compliance is also valuable for doing business in the United States. Being compliant puts US companies ahead of the game in ensuring state-by-state compliance at home. By adopting best practices, there’s less work and disruption needed in the future as more regulations are passed.
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Only once your company has undertaken a data audit, then you will know exactly how GDPR requirements apply to your organization and customers. Get the ultimate guide today!READ LESS ›