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Cambridge Analytica scandal shines light on GDPR

In under two months, the most significant revision of data laws ever undertaken by the EU, the General Data Protection Regulation (the GDPR), will come into effect, transforming the way in which all our data is handled. We will have the right to access data held by others concerning us free of charge, writes Stuart Smyth.

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