General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has become a landmark bill for data protection laws across the globe.
It includes a comprehensive set of rules that have been created to tackle modern challenges related to data protection and privacy.
The unique nature and approach of the regulation not only makes it effective but also compels businesses to learn how to deal with this new regulatory environment.
It also encourages businesses on how to avoid attracting any fines or other sanctions.
And businesses have been given substantial time to ensure that.
More about time and historical context of the law
On 14th April 2016, the governments across the EU approved GDPR. It was an extensive list of regulations that would monitor and regulate the flow of personal data of the EU residents in and out of organisations.
25th May 2018 was set as the