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GDPR: Whose Data is it Anyway?

GDPR: Whose Data is it Anyway?

Even those who place their ear to the ground infrequently will have heard of GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), the stringent European Union privacy regulations set for enforcement beginning next May. As a reminder, even if you’re not an EU business, but trade there, it will affect you. Get ready or face a hit on your business activities from a number of directions.

At the core of GDPR is personal information – the data trail created by every individual these days. But whose data is it? The individual’s, or the business that collects and uses it? It’s an interesting question.

The Business

Let’s say you have a business. You collect and process data using your own IP and infrastructure, which cost you a lot to build. So it’s your data, right?

Read the entire article here, GDPR: Whose Data is it Anyway?

via the fine folks at Commvault



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