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For questions related to legal systems of European countries and to legal harmonization in Europe, especially in the context of European Union law.

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The GDPR only requires data to be put "beyond use". You don't need to erase your backups every time someone wants their data deleted.
answered Jan 22 by Paul Johnson
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I believe you can, but you are likely to have to travel to the UK if a hearing is needed. The EU system is designed to work from documents where possible and hence not need a hearing.
answered Jun 4 by Paul Johnson
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You want to exercise your right to erasure under the GDPR. The link is to the UK Information Comissioner's Office, which is a good source of authoritative information about the GDPR. Note that in thes …
answered Apr 27 by Paul Johnson
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There are two parts to copyright liability: civil and criminal. TL;DR: both cases are criminal offences, and it is illegal to break the law even when you are paid to do it. In the USA criminal copyr …
answered Feb 15 by Paul Johnson
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The GDPR applies to anyone anywhere who is collecting data on people in the EU, including visitors. As far as enforcement goes, it would depend on the circumstances. Ultimately the directors of whate …
answered Jan 28 by Paul Johnson