GDPR Rules


European data protection rules are, and always have been, extraterritorial. They apply to all personal data collected, processed, and retained about persons within the European Union regardless of citizenship or nationality.

That simply means that? if you do business in Europe, or collect data on European users, you must protect their data in full accordance with the regulation as if you yourself were in Europe.? If you are not prepared to meet that legal requirement, you should not do business in Europe. (Indeed, any developer collecting European data who is surprised to hear this news should explain what they have been doing with that data since 1995.)
GDPR applies to all businesses, organizations, sectors, situations, and scenarios, regardless of a business’s size, head count, or financial turnover. A small app studio is every bit as beholden to these rules as a large corporation.

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