Administration Notes

Administration Notes

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It has now been a couple of months since GDPR was introduced and the dust has settled slightly. New administrative procedures have been implemented and it is business as usual. WillPack has had a few requests for clarification on the reasons behind the choices we took regarding GDPR so this article will hopefully explain those. Background For WillPack the biggest change has been in how we receive instructions and send out drafts. One of things to come out of GDPR was that you can’t send personal data via email. GDPR defines personal data as: “…any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person (“data subject”); an identifiable person is one who can be identified, directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to an identifier such as a name, an identification number, location data, online identifier or to one or more factors specific to the physical, physiological, genetic, mental, economic, cultural or social identity…

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From the Desk of the DG – GDPR

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There is a lot of misleading information going around about the interpretation of the rules surrounding GDPR, and like a lot of professions, professional Will Writers, have neither been considered by Brussels when the Act was first drafted and from what I have seen and heard the people, being employed as professionals, to advise us are no wiser as to how we work and the size of the majority of our organisations. I have, over the past two weeks done little other than lobby everyone I know, and some I don’t know to get a definitive answer as to whether we would find ourselves in deep water (there is another phrase I could have used) but taking everything that has been told to me, including information from the ICO, as long as we are following the spirit of the Act, that is not misleading the public or using data we…

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