Just how easy is it to get into trouble with GDPR?

A single employee located in the EU may trigger GDPR compliance; if you collect, use, transfer or electronically store personal data of that employee. ‘Personal data’ includes an employee’s name, address, income details and medical condition, but also includes an employee’s computer or device IP address, or other ‘unique identifiers’ that can make it easy to identify the subject employee. Even if the company with a single employee in the EU offers internal company services which gives access to personal data via an IT help desk, the GDPR may apply.

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