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Data Protection Policy

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This Data Protection Policy is...

...a document setting out how your business will collect, use and store personal data. It's an internal document which does not need to be uploaded to the website.  

To comply with UK GDPR, all businesses (even sole traders) need a Data Protection Policy.
This Data Protection Policy is an essential internal document to:
  • Demonstrate compliance with your business's obligations under GDPR
  • Show commitment to protecting the personal data of your customers, suppliers, employees and website users
  • Inform employees and others working in your business how you expect personal data to be handled
  • Explain how you collect, use and process personal data in accordance with GDPR
  • Demonstrate your commitment to data security
  • Set out what should happen in the event of a data breach
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