Last week we discussed how GDPR affects data you have collected before GDPR went into effect (GDPR goes into effect on May 25, 2018). But what about the case where you have data acquired from a particular individual before GDPR went into affect, and then that individual provides you with additional data after GDPR is in effect? That is the subject of this article.
We've been asked "What is a 'data controller' or a 'data processor' under GDPR?" And "How is a GDPR data processor different from a GDPR data controller?? And even "Can a company be both a data processor and a data controller at the same time under the EU General Data Protection Regulation?" Here are the answers.

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