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Editor’s Letter

Adapting to new regulations is tough and, even when it’s something as important as the GDPR, a nuisance for organisations

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

6th May, 2018

With the general data protection regulation (GDPR) coming into effect on May 25, your inbox probably looks an awful lot like mine of late. So do your push notifications and, I feel confident in saying, what you see whenever you open an app.

Everybody is in a rush to get compliant or, failing that, look like they are trying. The best way to do that is to tell you and me. Oh, how they are telling...

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