It’s a radical concept, but stay with me here. Perhaps, in spite of the extremely large potential fines and the headaches it has caused IT teams worldwide, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is something that should be embraced?
At the very least, some analysts and attorneys engaged in European e-discovery believe so.
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