No matter where you are in the world, if you collect or use data on EU residents, you are responsible for GDPR compliance.

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UK Information Commissioner’s office: Direct Marketing Guidance (PDF)
Do you buy lead lists? Direct marketing supplier Corpdata has need-to-know tips: Licensing DM Data
A delightful and sensible look at GDPR compliance from Calloway Green: GDPR – Let’s All Calm Down a Bit, Shall We?

Great GDPR content from our software partners

Zoho: GDPR Readiness page
Salesforce: GDPR Commitment page
Swiftpage (Act!): 5 Steps how to prepare your business for GDPR

Important information for business from GDPR regulatory bodies

United Kingdom: ICO Guide to the GDPR
Ireland: The Data Protection Commissioner’s guide The GDPR and You (PDF)
EU: EU GDPR Portal

Other intelligent and useful links

Just the basics: Sinitta Stuart’s ten top facts about GDPR
GDPR readiness tutorial quiz
(Collibra and similar firms can tell you what goals to aim for, but Caldere can help you get there!)
A friendly blog from Fellowship Productions: How Do You Make Your Website GDPR Compliant and What Is the General Data Protection Regulation Anyway? Why Europe’s GDPR privacy regulation is good for business
Wikipedia: General Data Protection Regulation
Individual EU and EFTA countries: List of data protection authorities


Neither Caldere Associates Ltd, nor any of our employees, consultants, or sub-contractors, provide legal advice on data privacy regulations (e.g., GDPR). Please contact your legal counsel if you have questions about how the GDPR applies to your specific case.