The GDPR refers to the European Union (EU) General Data Protection Regulation, which was passed in April 2016. European countries have had the last two years to prepare for the changes, and become compliant with the regulations that will come into force on May 25th 2018.
But what does it mean for New Zealand marketers, and should we be worried?
Nathalie Morris discussed the details of the regulation, and how it applies to New Zealand marketers and organisations in a recent webinar.
So you can find out what it might mean for you, we recorded the webinar for you to watch in your own time.
The webinar covers
- What the GDPR is and why it came about
- What it seeks to do
- How it affects New Zealand marketers
- What actions you should consider
Have you read our blog post on the webinar? Read it here:
Some of the questions the webinar addresses
|Why does the GDPR effect organisations outside of the EU?|
|How can I tell if my organisation is effected?|
|How does it relate to the New Zealand privacy laws?|
|What kind of data does the GDPR protect?|
Disclaimer: This webinar is for information purposes only and should not be used as a guide, or legal advice, pertaining to the GDPR and becoming compliant. Rather it provides background information on what the GDPR is and how it may affect you. Please seek legal advice if needed.