by Aram Karakashian, Senior Global Recruitment Manager
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What is EU GDPR?
In the UK, your personal data is currently protected by the 1998 Data protection act (DPA), and the 2003 Privacy and Electronic Regulations (PECR). This means it’s 15 years since any law or regulations pertaining to how your personal data is collected, stored and used has been reviewed. A lot has changed in that period, and our data is collected, stored and used in ways that we couldn’t possibly have accounted for in the DPA or PECR.