A Brief Guide to GDPR

The General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, went into effect on May 25. The regulation aims to give consumers control over how their personal data is used. And who can argue with that? But control means accountability and accountability comes with a lot of paperwork.

If you’re still unclear about GDPR and its required documentation, then check out A Brief Guide to the GDPR. The publication, prepared for translators and interpreters by the Institute of Translation and Interpreting (ITI), is short, practical, and easy to understand. Although the guide is specific to the U.K., the concepts and principles are the same for translators and interpreters working in other countries.

A Brief Guide to GDPR is one of the many articles, reports, blog posts, and checklists that explain the General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR. The difference is that it’s written specifically for translators and interpreters.

ITI has granted ATA permission to distribute A Brief Guide to the GDPR. We want to thank the association for this opportunity to keep the translation and interpreting community informed.

Read A Brief Guide to GDPR now.

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