Jonathan Armstrong and Tom Fox return for another episode of Life with GDPR. In this episode, they celebrate the 10th anniversary of the initial proposal of the law, which became GDPR.
Some of the issues they consider include:
- What was in the original proposal that did not become enacted in the final law?
- Reduction in costs-what happened?
- Right to be Forgotten morphed into something very different than intended.
- Fines, Fines, Fines.
- Evolution of regulatory sophistication.
- Criticism of regulators.
You can listen to the podcast here: GDPR-10 Years After Original Proposal | The Compliance Podcast Network
You can read more about GDPR 10 years on in our client alert here: Client Alert: GDPR Proposals 10 Years On | Cordery (corderycompliance.com)
Check out the GDPR Navigator, one of the top resources for GDPR Compliance here: https://www.corderycompliance.com/solutions/cordery-gdpr-navigator/
For more information please contact Jonathan Armstrong who is a lawyer with Cordery in London where his focus is on compliance issues.
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