"“If you want to be more skeptical, the question is does all this activity actually deliver more privacy?” said Omer Tene, Vice President at the International Association of Privacy Professionals, an industry trade body. “Ostensibly the goal isn’t just to mobilize compliance and regulatory efforts, complaints, and notifications but to actually result in better privacy for individuals on the ground. I think the jury is still out on that. It’s not clear at year end that corporate data practices are different or have changed.”" Read more about It’s Been One Year Since GDPR Scared the Crap Out of Silicon Valley, What’s Next?
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