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Great response to TyTek's trauma response system

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) becomes law on Friday 25th May. GDPR will bring outdated personal data laws across the EU up to speed with an increasingly digital era. The previous data protection laws were put in place in the 1990s and require an update to keep pace with the levels of technological change.

When GDPR starts to be enforced by data protection authorities it will alter how we can handle the information of our customers. GDPR also boosts your rights and gives you more control over your information.

We have been in touch with our contacts across Europe who are held on our secure database asking their permission to continue receiving communications from the TyTek Group. This includes updates, offers and of course our weekly serving of e-levenses.

Rest assured, we have always treated your data with respect and you can find out all the details of our responsible approach in our updated privacy policy.

If you have any questions or would like to opt in to further communications from us, please contact us.

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