Week two of GDPR: We’re still not ready

June 9, 2018 Donata Kalnenaite


“Reading is hard and we just don’t want to do it,” scream the European Union countries like frightened children at the sight of their first reading test. The reading test of course being the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) whose sole purpose is to protect the vital right to privacy of European Union residents. A right that we can only dream of here in the United States of Big Brother. Should we face the facts here or should we just pat them on the back, give them a bottle of milk and tell them that “sweetheart, you tried. That’s all…

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