Right to be Forgotten: 75% of employees likely to exercise rights under GDPR

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New research by data security company, Clearswift, has shown that 75% of employees are likely to exercise their right to be forgotten (RTBF). The principle also known as ‘right to erasure’ dictates that an individual can request their data to be removed or deleted when there is no compelling reason for a business to continue processing that information.

Posted inNews archiveon04 Dec 2017 Nearly half (48%) of business decision makers say that dealing with requests on this level will slow down their business, with 5% saying their business would grind to a halt Only 1 in 3 firms have

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