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I have a question regarding Dropbox. We currently store all of our company document here. I wouldn't say there was personal data stored here but sensitive data we store in order to work with our clients. With regards to deleting and getting rid of this data, is this something you need to do in order to be GDPR compliant? Dropbox is currently GDPR compliant, so do we need to do anything further?
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Andrei Hanganu May 03, 2018

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Unless you want to store the data locally there is not much you can do. As long as Dropbox keeps its end of the deal to keep the personal data safe you should be fine.

Don`t forget to mention in your privacy notice(s) the fact that you are using a third party to store personal data.

If you want to learn more about third party compliance check out our free “EU GDPR Foundations Course” https://training.advisera.com/se/eu-gdpr-foundations-course//
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