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GDPR has already been in place for nearly six months and, despite a number of domesday predictions made in the lead-up to the implementation date on 25th May, most have not come to pass

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Collected data increases in sensitivity over time when details are combined and related to generate an accurate and complete picture or profile for individual clients.

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The experts I spoke with also saw concepts in the GDPR that were naturally complimentary to PIPEDA. Concepts like “accountability” and “privacy by design” could, and perhaps, should be given prominence in legislative amendments to PIPEDA.

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In June, The Privacy Advisor asked global data protection authorities to reveal how many GDPR complaints had been filed thus far. The numbers they provided varied widely,

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The EU-US Privacy Shield offered US businesses an opportunity to meet GDPR requirements prior to enforcement actions, yet the US government continued to neglect data privacy, positioning the EU Parliament to force a unified data protection standard by suspending the Privacy Shield

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The GDPR compliance deadline came in by force on 25th May 2018 and applies to all organizations processing and holding the personal information of data subjects. This includes contacts such as customers, partners and patients.

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Achieving compliance with GDPR, PIPEDA, or PCI is like reaching a destination, but of the three, only PCI includes a roadmap that leads directly to formal compliance through a linear, finite, and predictable process.

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Being alert to how our data is being used and asking why it’s being gathered in the first place equips us with the skills we need to protect our digital DNA.

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A full month has passed since the EU General Data Protection Regulation went into effect May 25, and the GDPR has already had a wide-ranging global impact, with multiple U.S.-based news sites, such as the Los Angeles Times, restricting access to EU users and complaints reportedly coming in regarding the practices of big tech companies.

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The arrival of the digital age means that the way people understand and interact with data is changing rapidly. The GDPR can help to clarify individual rights in the digital age, as well as creating a “digital single market” within the EU

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