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10 things IP practitioners need to know about GDPR

By Jacob Schindler

As companies in every sector continue to grapple with the European Union’s expansive new data privacy rules, the interplay between the General Data Protection Regulation and IP rights raises numerous unanswered questions

If your organisation carries out significant business in the Europe Union, chances are that you have participated in some kind of mandatory training relating to the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in the past year. If not, you may have noticed the flood of emails from services that you have used, stores that you have patronised and non-profits that you have supported, all stating: “We have updated our privacy policy.”

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