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GDPR or GDP-argh: Why data protection doesn’t have to be a headache

If you work with data or IT at some level, then you’ve probably heard people talking about the General Data Protection Regulation, better known as GDPR — usually with mild trepidation. It’s certainly something that’s worthy of our attention and regulators haven’t been slow to harness our interest with promises of astronomical fines and aggressive enforcement. But does it have to be the nightmare everyone predicts? Not necessarily.
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