EU-Representative according to Article 27 GDPR

A company that is headquartered outside the European Union (EU) has to appoint a representative within the EU if it collects personal data from persons in the EU in the context of offering goods or services directly to data subjects in the EU, irrespective whether it charges for services.

Also companies that focus on monitoring of the behavior of EU residents are covered. For example, a U.S. company has to comply if it offers information to EU residents on a free website or mobile app. Also, U.S. companies that maintain subsidiaries in the EU are usually covered because they offer services to employees of their EU subsidiaries.

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