General Data Privacy Regulation (GDPR) applies in Italy since May 25th, 2018. The GDPR rules prescribe new regulations and replace the previous Italian Legislative Decree 196/03 about Privacy. The new law implies the safeguard of the privacy data on day-to-day businesses; new measures on collecting data, access and storage of third party data, such as clients, suppliers, employees and others can be adopted.
The Italian Data Protection Agency (DPA) provides useful guidelines to help local companies transition to the new system.
LDP GDPR Services
LDP offers legal assistance on applying the new data protection regulations, training and set of the necessary documentation.