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General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, will overhaul how businesses process and handle data. Our GDPR guide explains the path to compliance.


The right to privacy refers to the concept that one's personal information is protected from public scrutiny.


For consent to be valid: The patient must be competent – mental capacity is decision-specific.


Data breaches may involve PHI, PII, trade secrets or intellectual property.


It is a software metric used to size of a computer program by counting number of lines in text of the program's source code.

We work on our customers' behalf, enforcing new GDPR rulings. We act fast and focus on the consumers' best interests. Part of our Key belief system is education, we send information packs to all new customers and offer continuing access to up to date changes that affect where and how your details can be used.

General Data Protection Regulation

we aim to work tirelessly to make sure we have the most up to date relevant information to bring to you.



GDPR stands for ‘General Data Protection Regulation’ and as of May 25th, 2018 its rules are enforceable aan recognised as the European standard for how consumer data is handled. Unlike its predecessor ‘The Data protection Act’, GDPR focuses on consumers rights, on how their details are handled and companies who ignore these rules will meet with hefty fines.

New Customers

will receive our glossy production leaflet containing up to date information about us, what work we have done on your behalf from day one, what ongoing work we will be continuing to do and regularly updated infomation.


Education of how to handle your information and your rights to the use of your information in key, there is only so much we can do on your behalf, we will highlight how easy it can be to opt back in to companies contact list and some of the ‘tricks of the trade’ on now some companies will try and obtain your information.


Our glossy guide complete with educational information presented in easy to understand infographics will explain the provisions of the GDPR to help you and your organisations comply with its requirements, assisting in your responsibility for data protection.


GDPR can be a complicated mine field. Luckily, you have us on your side to help with providing all the information you need to understand your new rights and how to exercise them. Together we aim to eradicate all unwanted spam

Our Service

If you wish to use our service to contact data companies or call centres on your behalf an enforce Article 17 of the new GDPR legislation we charge a one off payment of just £150.

Once we have received your payment, we will post a consent form to you, which you are required to sign in order for us to act of your behalf. When we have received that form back signed, we will contact a growing number of contact centres and data houses and enforce Article 17 (deletion order).

If those companies continue to contact you following the receipt of Article 17, our legal team will contact the ICO on your behalf and provide them with all the evidence they will require in order to prosecute the company for breach of Article 17.

From the date we receive your signed consent form, you should start seeing a reduction in the number of times your private information is sold in 30 days.

The regulation contains provisions and requirements pertaining to the processing of personally identifiable information of data subjects inside the European Union

A processor of personal data must clearly disclose any data collection, declare the lawful basis and purpose for data processing, how long data is being retained, and if it is being shared with any third-parties or outside of the EU.

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16 Churchill Way,
Cardiff, CF10 2DX



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