In recent years, data protection compliance has become increasingly important for businesses. There are two main reasons for this: first, customer data has become a highly valuable business asset, with many organisations relying heavily on their ability to collect and process personal data in order to operate their businesses; and second, individuals are becoming more and more aware of their rights in relation to the protection of their personal information, so businesses must get it right if they want to gain customer trust and confidence.
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