GDPR and GRIN
The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation takes effect on Friday, 25 May.
The new GDPR law is a replacement for the 1995 Data Protection Directive, which has until now set the minimum standards for processing data in the EU. GDPR will significantly strengthen a number of rights: (a) individuals will find themselves with more power to demand companies reveal or delete the personal data they hold; (b) regulators will be able to work in concert across the EU for the first time, rather than having to launch separate actions in each jurisdiction; and (c) their enforcement actions will have a maximum fine towards the higher of €20m (£17.5m) or 4% of the company’s global turnover.
GRIN has undertaken never to share subscriber names, email addresses or organisational details and we automatically delete all contact information as soon as a subscriber removes themselves from our circulation list. We only hold information on current subscribers and we ensure this information is confidential and secure.
As a subscriber you have the opportunity to opt out of receiving the daily grants bulletins at any time and we immediately delete all the contact details we have for you – just click on the ‘unsubscribe‘ link at the foot of each bulletin.
We only hold a subscribers name, organisation and email address for the purpose of sending out the paid-for daily bulletin and/or monthly database. We will not use your contact details to send you any other information.