Calling all tech companies! Let's clarify GDPR!
Are you bored of the non-committal law, and the lawyer who cannot understand your situation, but try to make you frightened with the huge fines?
Innovation companies were clearly left out from the process, but maybe we can make it clear.
We would like to sit down with the standardization bodies and find a method for making these expectations clear, and included in the standards.
Will you take part of this movement?
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