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Established in EU Could You Be Subject to GDPR? The General Data Protection Regulation applies to organisations processing (collecting, recording, storing, using, disclosing, etc.) personal data (any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person) if the organisation is: GDPR will apply to controllers or processors established in the EU, regardless of where the processing occurs. Established can be legal organisation, or where the processor exercises any real or effective activities through a stable arrangement in the EU. 1. Targeting in EU Not established in the EU, but processing is related to offering goods or services to people in the EU. The processor must be taking actions to target EU residents, like using an EU language or currency, advertising in the EU, using an EU country top-level domain name etc. 2. Monitoring EU Residents Not established in the EU, but processing is related to monitoring the behaviour of people in the EU. Monitoring is tracking individuals on the internet for purposes of analysis, including making user profiles to make decisions or predict behaviours. 3. Obligated via Contract Not covered by the three points outlined above, but is contractually obligated to comply with GDPR. Organisations not subject to GDPR may agree to process data in accordance with its provisions. 4. If any of the four points above apply to your organisation, you may be subject to GDPR regulations.

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