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GDPR had little or no impact, say a third of Irish firms in survey

The finding came from the annual Sunday Business Post Connected survey of Irish IT decision-makers, produced in association with Compu b and Red C

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
2nd September, 2018

A third of Irish companies have said that they feel that the general data protection regulation (GDPR) had little to no impact on their business.

That was the stand-out finding from the annual Sunday Business Post Connected survey of Irish IT decision-makers, produced in association with Compu b and Red C.

The findings showed 28 per cent of businesses felt the GDPR had not had much impact. Another 8 per cent felt it had no impact whatsoever.

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