It’s the “morning after”: a mere twelve hours have passed since the GDPR applies and while still awaiting breaking news on hobbyist blog owners being fined EUR 20 million, an army of burnt-out web and legal professionals has begun to clean up from the party that was “the final dash towards GDPR”.
A nice article pushing folks to focus more on the privacy portion of the discussion rather than the non-nonsensical technical GDPR regulations.
tl;dr: Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.
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The entire discussion on privacy so far is very European and Western centric. The western concept and understanding of privacy and the eastern concept of privacy are not the same. So, that last sentence doesn’t work for many people. In the east it’s much to do about nothing.