The General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) comes into law on 25th May 2018. In summary, this law means any business who processes European Economic Area (EEA) resident data will need to comply with the new regulations.
The products available from PCA Predict (a GBG company) process EEA resident data. As a UK based company, PCA Predict’s standard Terms and Conditions are governed by the law of England and Wales, which references the UK Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA). As the DPA will be superseded by GDPR, it is important we have agreed terms to reflect this change in regulation.
To help achieve GDPR compliance, there will be a variation to existing customer contracts to bring in the terms that will be required from 25th May 2018 (we’re calling this the Data Processing Addendum).
We are making the contract variation accessible via the PCA Predict account section.
Its vital to note that if customers want to continue to use product(s) from PCA Predict after 25th May 2018 they will need to accept the terms of the “Data Processing Addendum” and notify us of their “Lawful Processing Condition”. More information is located on the GBG website.
Without this in place, both customers and PCA Predict will not be able to meet their respective GDPR obligations, which are required by law.