30 April 2019

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) FAQs for small hospitality businesses

The GDPR refers to lawful bases for the processing personal data, which are broadly similar to the conditions for processing in The Data Protection Act 1998.

For some organisations within the hospitality industry, the processing of personal data will involve working with third parties or subcontractors. For example, making use of a third-party booking system. In this context It is best practice to review these arrangements to make sure all stakeholders are aware of their obligations under the new legislation.


To discover how GDPR effects your hospitality business, continue reading this Information Commissioners Office article, HERE. 

 

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