It’s been brought to my attention today, partly by @MissIG_Geek and partly by @BekiHill of The Register, that the gdpr-info.eu site, recommended to me by a trusted associate as a searchable version of the original GDPR text, was not an entirely accurate reproduction of the regulation. Most differences were minor. I have now finished checking everything that I have published that referenced that site.
Because I always cross reference different sources to confirm correct regulatory interpretation I can confirm there was no impact on the accuracy of either commentary or advice published. However I still owe my readers an apology for not checking that site as a source more thoroughly. I go to great lengths to never knowingly mislead people and I place enormous value on the trust my readers and followers place in me.
I have been replacing links where necessary with links to the original regulation text. If I have missed something do let me know.
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