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Don’t risk the penalities! Make sure you comply with the new GDPR law before 25th May 2018

What the EU GDPR Data Protection means for you and your B2B marketing data

Failure to become compliant will mean you’ll have no data to market to come 2018.

So, what can you do about the GDPR changes coming into play? Find out everything you need to know and start complying with the new regulations today. Failure to do so will see you face the strict GDPR fines and the loss of any B2B marketing data that isn’t opted-in after the 25th May 2018.

Here at CommuniGator, we’re helping our customers comply with our own opt-in record system and sharing our opt-in best practices too. Find out everything you need to know about using your B2B data in the EU (including why Brexit doesn’t change anything). Let’s get as much of your marketing data opted-in to ensure you still have an audience to market to come deadline day.

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GDPR Latest Articles

GDPR Resource Library

What the new EU GDPR means for your data


GDPR Q&A Webinar


GDPR Confirmed Opt-In Service


Confirmation Opt-In: What You Need To Do


Your GDPR Double Opt-In Guide


Your GDPR Compliance Checklist


What the EU GDPR Changes Mean For You


Single Opt-In Vs. Double Opt-In.


Your GDPR First Aid Kit


Data Protection Regulations are changing for SMEs


General EU Data Protection


GDPR Events and Webinars

What you need to know

EU GDPR Privacy

The introduction of the EU General Data Protection Regulation means that Data Privacy Laws are changing. You will have to comply with the new privacy laws unless you want to face a €20 million or 4% of your annual turnover fine – whichever of the two is higher. There are no grey areas where the new Data Protection changes are concerned. Get your common questions answered and start your compliance process today.

GDPR Changes

Many B2B organisations seem confused by the General Data Protection changes. Essentially, the directive our data previously sat under has been replaced with this General Data Protection Regulation. The regulation means it is something companies must follow in application, rather than the directive which only bound us to achieve the necessary result. There are several connotations as a result. The most important change for email marketers in regards to the GDPR is the necessity to double opt-in your marketing data.

You can find the final GDPR text, as published in the Official Journal of the European Union, here.

GDPR Brexit: Does this change anything?

In short, no. The GDPR will still apply to the UK despite the Brexit decision on the 23rd June 2016. Until Article 50 is triggered, the UK will still have to comply to the EU GDPR. Even after that, organisations that still want to trade with EU member states and handle personal data will still need a similar regulation in place. So, no the GDPR Brexit doesn’t change anything. You need to start opting-in your data today.