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“If you are based in the UK and do not have a branch, office or other establishment in EU or EEA state, but you either:
then you still need to comply with the EU GDPR regarding this processing.
As you do not have a base inside the EEA, the EU GDPR requires you to appoint a representative in the EEA.
This representative needs to be set up in an EU or EEA state where some of the individuals whose personal data you are processing in this way are located.
You need to authorise the representative, in writing, to act on your behalf regarding your EU GDPR compliance, and to deal with any supervisory authorities or data subjects in this respect.
Your representative may be an individual, or a company or organisation established in the EEA and must be able to represent you regarding your obligations under the EU GDPR (e.g. a law firm, consultancy or private company).
In practice the easiest way to appoint a representative may be under a simple service contract.
You should give details of your representative to EEA-based individuals whose personal data you are processing.
This may be done by including them in your privacy notice or in the upfront information you give them when you collect their data.
You must also make it easily accessible to supervisory authorities – for example by publishing it on your website.
Your appointment of your representative must be in writing and should set out the terms of your relationship with them.
Having a representative does not affect your own responsibility or liability under the EU GDPR.”
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The EU Data Representative obligation originally applied to non-EU/EEA “third countries” – USA, Canada, Australia
UK became “third country” in terms of EU gdpr after the Brexit and, as confirmed by UK Data Protection Authorities Art. 27 applies to UK businesses.
Where Art. 3 applies, the controller or the processor shall designate in writing a representative in the Union.
Martin Luter King JR
We believe, that the instant transition from ‘what needs to be done’ to ‘how to do it’ is one of the key factors in successful business.
Following that belief, we introduce our three-easy-steps plan for your business, to meet legal demand of appointing the representative.
Service can be purchased directly from our website. We are onboarding limited number of clients every month. If the service is listed as available, it means that we have a space to take care of you immediately. If it is temporary unavailable, you can contact us directly to book available dates in the future.
It takes around one week to set-up a communication structure, create dedicated landing page (data protection contact point) for your EU clients. We take care of that. Your role is to update your privacy documents to introduce us as your Representative.
As your contact point, our role is to provide accessible and smooth communication with your EU/EEA clients and supervisory bodies of all EEA countries. We provide extraordinary service to your clients and help you to act timely and wisely in data issues.
Your business is our business. Figuratively, not literally.
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