3 Tips to Help Navigate GDPR’s Confusing Landscape

Though it protects privacy, it's costly and potentially restrictive

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Well, GDPR is here. For more than a year leading up to the May 25 deadline, thought leaders from around the globe buzzed about its impact in the European Union and beyond. Now that GDPR has gone into effect, the biggest concerns should be its potential restrictiveness and cost to implement, which has been and continues to be extraordinarily high, versus the perceived harm it seeks to prevent.

Jason Bier is the evp, chief privacy and data officer at Engine Group.
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