The G.D.P.R. is the most contested law in the E.U.’s history, the product of years of intense negotiation and thousands of proposed amendments, despite its building blocks having been present in European law for decades.
(New York Times) That could begin playing out next month, when Europe enacts sweeping new regulations that prioritize people’s data privacy. The new laws, which require tech companies to ask for users’ consent for their data, are likely to hand Google and Facebook an advantage.
Find «everything you need to know» about the new general data protection regulations in this video from ZDNet.
Privacy compliance is usually seen as a problem for a business, but it might become the key for the success against its competitors, writes Gaming Tech Law.
So, what does the introduction of GDPR actually mean for financial institutions and which areas should they be focussing on? asks Consultancy UK.