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Retailers and GDPR: what are you allowed to do with customer information?

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What are retailers permitted to do with the email addresses and customer information sometimes handed over by shoppers at checkouts? Charlotte Ebbutt and Malcolm Gregory explain the rules in their recent article for Business Advice.


The management of personal data by businesses is a hot topic. Data hacks will make the front pages of our newspapers, and can attract significant fines.

With the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) less than a year away, retailers need to be careful when collecting customer information, and pay particular attention to the management of that data.

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If you have any questions on how your business and contracts may be affected by the GDPR, please get in touch with Charlotte Ebbutt or another member of our specialist Technology & Media team.

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