Tag Archives: GDPR

The Death of the GDPR

When I first heard of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, I was disheartened. It sounds like another over reaction by politicians to a crisis that would create lots of work for companies. At the time I was working for a software vendor … Continue reading

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Changing Context and Data Reuse

One of the points of the GDPR that I thought was very interesting was the idea that users needed to give consent for data use for specific purposes. This had many companies trying to reaffirm consent last year while others … Continue reading

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Scary Data Collection

Most of us would feel fairly creeped out by finding out an AirBnb or hotel had security cameras watching us. I’m not a woman, and I’m sure ladies are especially bothered by this, but there was an AirBnB rental where … Continue reading

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Treat All Sensitive Data as Important

We know that not all the data in our company is important. We have databases that contain orders or inventory or schedules, often much of which isn’t easily or directly related to an individual. At least, it’s not if you … Continue reading

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