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Policing Each Other

The genius of GDPR is that it forces companies to police each other – Quartz It’s the large data controllers—the companies responsible for safeguarding the data—who will drive enforcement by requiring that their data processors become compliant and cutting them off if they don’t, McGarr notes. Under GDPR, small companies not only face the financial stress of being compliant, but they will now find themselves competing with their peers for the business of large corporations based on how compliant they…

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Tech firms struggle with GDPR privacy rules EU residents are being blocked from several services and in some cases having their accounts wiped. Chris, GDPR: Tech firms struggle with EU's new privacy rules - BBC News…

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Does GDPR apply to EU citizens in the United States?

Does GDPR apply to EU citizens in the United States by GDPR News If they deal with a business or organization in one of the non-EU countries they may be in, any personal data they provide is not covered by the GDPR rules, as they are not located within the EU at the time. It is not the citizenship of the person that is important, but where they are situated. Looking at another example helps to further illustrate who the…

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