GDPR and Customer Mailing Lists

Fundamentals of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

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In this podcast, we chat to Barry Crushell, Employment Law Solicitor with Tully Rinckey International Law Services firm with offices in Dublin. Barry answers important questions for businesses in Ireland pertaining to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

“It is imperative that businesses take seriously the new laws and regulations set in
place by the GDPR when it comes to data protection of its customers and
employees. Companies can face large fines and legal prosecution for violation of
data protection regulations.

– Wendy Doyle, Tully Rinckey Ireland Partner

Barry gives us a clear introduction to the fundamentals of GDPR and also more in-depth detail on customer mailing lists and employee information. We ask him some of the following questions:

  • What is GDPR?
  • Who does it apply to?
  • What information does it apply to?
  • How explicit does an opt-in for correspondence need to be?
  • Where is the best place to start with GDPR compliance?
  • What are the consequences of non-compliance?
  • What policies do employers need for storing employee information?
  • What are the other considerations for business and GDPR compliance? i.e. BREXIT, CCTV etc.

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The more explicit you are the more protected you are

– Barry Crushell, Tully Rinckey Ireland, Partner
Barry answers the above questions and more in this Inc60 Podcast on GDPR Compliance in Ireland. He gives real-life examples, practical tips, sources of information and great advice for all business owners in Ireland seeking to comply with GDPR in Ireland.
Barry Crushell is a Partner of Tully Rinckeys Dublin office and Chief Operating Officer for European Operations. In this role, Barry advises a wide range of Irish and international clients on a full spectrum of complex commercial and employment law matters. Barry counsels a variety of commercial and business clients at every stage of the corporate life cycle – from early-stage funding through to exit. He also provides commercial clients with practical responses to new employment legislation, case law, and regulatory changes, and has the ability to strategically advise on a wide range of contentious and non-contentious employment law matters.