New data protection regulations from May 2018

What is GDPR?
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a regulation in EU law on data protection and privacy for all individuals within the European Union. It will come into force on Friday 25th May 2018 in all EU Member States, including the United Kingdom. These regulations will replace the existing data protection legislation and introduce a more rigorous data protection regime.
The GDPR governs the collection, storage and handling of personal data which is information that can be used to identify an individual person directly or indirectly.

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New data protection regulations
With new data protection regulations coming into force on 25th May 2018, all organisations handling personal data have had to review their procedures for collecting and handling personal data. Our briefing note aims to set out the purpose and use of the data the V8 Register collects and holds and also to encourage members to update their data, make enquiries as to the data held on the V8 Database, have access to their data, make any corrections, and give the V8 Registrar notice if they object to our holding their data and if they wish have their data erased. See our new data protection briefing note

The V8 Register encourages you to contact the V8 Registrar to discuss any matter relating to the data you have supplied and which is held by the V8 Register. Should you wish to amend any or all of the data details held by the V8 Register or if you wish remove any or all of the data so held, please contact the V8 Registrar. Contacts

We will never share or sell your data without your prior permission.