GDPR Weekly: Estate Agent Today

Posted on 24 May 2018. Source: Estate Agent Today

Sharon Tan for Estate Agent Today - What should agents do first to help prepare for GDPR?

GDPR Weekly: Taking the first steps towards compliance

Coming into force on May 25, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) - which replaces the Data Protection Act 1998 - is something which all businesses are expected to comply with.

For a while now, many estate and letting agents will have been working hard to prepare for the new rules.

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GDPR Weekly: Who should oversee your compliance?
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GDPR Weekly: The right to erasure and the right to be informed
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GDPR Weekly: Investigating your role as a data controller
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GDPR Weekly: Do you need consent for direct marketing
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GDPR Weekly: Evidence and documentation of marketing consent
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GDPR Weekly: Can agents use 'soft opt-in'?
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GDPR Weekly: Legitimate interest for estate and letting agents
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GDPR Weekly: Unsolicited emails and letters - what do you need to know?
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GDPR Weekly: Passing data to third parties
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GDPR Weekly: Best practice for gaining consent
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GDPR Weekly: Do you need consent when taking customer details?
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GDPR Weekly: Granular and delineated databases explained
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GDPR Weekly: How should you remove data from your system?
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