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Boost your GDPR compliance with our free templates and checklists
Cover all the essential requirements with our free check list for carrying out a data protection audit.
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Frequently asked questions about corporate data protection
The experts of the law firm activeMind.legal advise companies and groups worldwide on data protection and in particular on GDPR compliance.
Here you will find our answers to some frequently asked questions about data protection in the European Union and our services.
The applicability of the GDPR to a non-EU organisation is determined by the so-called ‘targeting’ criterion. It examines the processing of personal data of data subjects in the EU, and whether the processing activities are related to the following:
- offering them goods or services (these may be free of charge), or
- monitoring their behaviour within the EU.
Find out exactly what this means in our guide on the applicability of the GDPR to companies outside the EU.