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This webinar was hosted by Fluxmans Attorneys and the Mail & Guardian. It featured Ira Epstein, Managing Director and Joint CEO of Fluxmans Attorneys; Lisa-Anne King, one of South Africa’s leading employment and human resources lawyers and Ryszard Lisinski, a privacy advocate and a commercial litigation specialist who trains teams in relation to Popia.

Lisa-Anne King is one of South Africa’s leading employment and human resources lawyers

The webinar dealt with:

 how the POPI Act will affect your business practically;

 what you can do now to comply;


 the applicable exceptions to the POPI Act;

 how to appoint an information officer?

 the consequences of not complying with the POPI Act

 what should you do if you experience a data breach; and

 the correct way to market directly.

Ryszard Lisinski is a privacy advocate and a commercial litigation specialist

Click on the link below to view the full webinar.

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