GDPR | British Airways slapped with hefty £183m fine

British Airways slapped with hefty £183m fine

GDPR has transformed the way in which companies can handle customer data.

Do you find it frustrating to have to constantly ‘opt-in’ to websites when browsing the internet? You have GDPR to thank for that. But it isn’t all an irksome tick-box exercise. Essentially, it boils down to putting control of data back into the hands of clients, customers and employees and putting greater responsibility on businesses and individuals that process that data to show they're looking after it - and that they know what to do if security is breached.

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