How is Brexit affecting ecommerce – import and export charges

E-commerce allows customers and businesses to buy and sell easily to locations all around the world. However, one new consequence of Brexit that many people are still unaware of, is new customer charges on the receiving end when buying/selling between the UK and EU. This blog post will tell you all the key information you need to know. What is the issue? Now that the UK has left the EU, custom...
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Data protection post-Brexit: Information from the ICO

On the 31st January 2020 the UK left the European Union and enters the Brexit transition period. During this transition period, which runs until the end of December 2020, it will be business as usual for data protection and compliance according to the ICO. The ICO has confirmed that the GDPR will continue to apply. Businesses and organisations that process personal data should continue to follow...
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Brexit: An update

As you are no doubt aware, the UK is set to leave the European Union on 31st October 2019. The way in which the UK will leave the EU remains unclear and as a result, O'Brien Media has, for some time, been preparing plans to ensure that we are able to support our customers through this period no matter what the outcome might be. Below is our Brexit strategy document which explains our preparations...
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EURid to terminate .eu domains registered to UK addresses following Brexit

Following advice from the European Commission, EURid (European Registry for Internet Domains) has confirmed via their website that anyone without an EU postal address will no longer be able to own a .eu domain name once the UK leaves the EU. EURid will therefore be terminating all .eu domain names registered to UK addresses on one of two dates: 30 March 2019 if the UK exits the EU with no deal 1...
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