The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the new legal framework for the European Union that will be effective as of 25 May of this year, repealing the last Data Protection Directive.
This regulation has been designed to protect the personal data of data subjects in the European Union. It gives individuals control over how companies and public institutions can use information linked to them, providing them with seven specific rights.
In this post, we define these rights among which we find old and new ones that this important Regulation is introducing for the first time.
This post is also available in Spanish.