How data laws impact gîte owners in France

As a gîte owner in France, what must I do to comply with the new RGPD data laws?

The new European Règlement Générale sur la Protection des Données – called GDPR in the UK – rules are designed to give customers and business staff more privacy and control of online data held on them. Any company or person holding computerised information on people is affected, including those hiring out gîtes.

Information watchdog CNIL polices the regulations in France and has issued a downloadable booklet on the subject to be followed if your small ...

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