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25-May-2018 08:00:00   |   Petri Hollmén

The GDPR: Today is the day! This is what Lyyti has to offer

The EU-wide data protection regulation, aka the GDPR, comes into full force today. The transition period is over and the world will never be the same again. Or will it?

Subject tag: GDPR

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06-Feb-2018 12:25:31   |   Kaisa Oksanen

GDPR Q&A: 5 things every event organiser should know

How will the new EU Data Protection Regulation affect on event professional's everyday work? We put together five things that will help event managers and organisers ease their biggest GDPR pain.

Subject tag: Current news, GDPR

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10-Jan-2018 12:38:41   |   Tiina Kilpelänaho

Event manager, this is how the GDPR will change the way you work

May 25th this year will go down in history. That's when the General Data Protection Regulation steps into full force, marking the biggest change in European data privacy legislation so far. The purpose of the GDPR is to secure the individual's right to govern and manage their own personal information, and to unify data privacy legislation that has been quite varied in different member countries.

Subject tag: GDPR

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11-Dec-2017 17:02:15   |   Tiina Kilpelänaho

"The GDPR doesn't concern us"

GDPR, four small letters with a lot of weight. Currently they're causing bewilderment, curiosity and some sleepless nights at companies all over Europe. Everybody is talking about it, but not many know exactly what the practical application of the GDPR will result in.

Subject tag: Current news, GDPR

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17-Oct-2017 17:18:46   |   Antti Vaahtoranta

How will the GDPR affect your daily grind?

What's a GDPR? Is it edible? A new app? At this point you may have already heard that GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation, and that it will be fully enforced from May 25th 2018 onward. How will this affect your life or work? Are you prepared, or do you need to bother at all?

Subject tag: Current news, GDPR

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