The Supply Chain Matters blog informs all readers that its associated web site is GDPR compliant.

As our European based readers are aware, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) directive went into effect earlieSupply Chain Matters blogr this year. GDPR is a global data protection law passed by the European Union that in essence, shifts the ownership of customer data from the organizations that use it to the individual consumer of information. The new regulation not only applies to European businesses that work with the customer data of EU citizens, but further applies to any entities that work with said businesses as well.

Both The Ferrari Consulting and Research Group web site, and the associated Supply Chain Matters blog have global wide reach and reader activity. We are therefore pleased to inform our clients and blog readers that both sites are now GDPR compliant.

You will now notice that on initial login, a pop-up notification will alert web site users to a notification that both sites utilize cookies and will further allow a click-through selection to our stated Privacy Policy, which clearly explains how either client or blog reader data will be used and for how long it will be used and stored.

For more information on cookies, please visit:

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Included in our Privacy Policy web page is a section titled: Access, Update and Remove Data, in which any visitor will have the ability to request changes or removal of personal data.

We would again remind all of our clients and readers that since our inception, it has always been our policy to collect data for internal business use needs, and we have and do not sell such data to third parties for any other purposes. We will retain and use your information to the extent necessary to comply with our legal obligations, resolve disputes, and enforce our policies.

We thank all of our global based readers for their continued interest and support.


Bob Ferrari, Founder and Executive Editor

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