GDPR applies to organizations processing personal data of individuals in the EU, regardless of citizenship or location 

Violators of GDPR can face fines up to €20 million or 4% of global turnover.

Explicit and unambiguous consent is required before processing personal data.

 GDPR regulates automated decision-making and profiling.

Organizations must report data breaches within 72 hours.

Individuals have the right to request erasure of their personal data.

Stricter rules apply to processing children's personal data.

Data Protection Impact Assessments identify and mitigate risks.

Some organizations must appoint a Data Protection Officer.

One-Stop-Shop mechanism streamlines cross-border data processing.

Non-EU organizations must comply with GDPR for offering goods or services to EU residents.

GDPR poses challenges and opportunities for implementing blockchain technology.

GDPR promotes privacy by design and default.

Individuals have the right to data portability.

GDPR compliance requires continuous monitoring and adaptation.

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