GDPR: The First Two Years and Future Challenges

GDPR: The First Two Years and Future Challenges

Posted May 25, 2020

GDPR: The First Two Years and Future Challenges

  • The date of May 25 2018 will surely be viewed as a watershed moment when the time comes for historians to analyze the rise of digital technology and, consequently, the privacy and availability of data.
  • GDPR’s biggest legacy to date has been to grow awareness of privacy issues and rights amongst the general population, which is vital in an increasingly digitalized world, where nefarious uses of data and cybercrime are growing menaces.

James Coker | May 25, 2020