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Recorded June 10, 2019 at G-Unit Studios in Rhode Island!
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Interview: The State of Privacy One Year After GDPR
A few articles to stimulate our discussion:
- Are there any positives from the first year of GDPR?
- Is GDPR worth the cost?
- The true impact of GDPR is emerging now
- GDPR Anniversary Highlights Need For Businesses To Change Attitudes Towards Data Protection
- The not-yet United States of data privacy, 1 year after GDPR
- Where data privacy is law
- Seven Subconscious Habits That Sabotage Your Ability to Listen – And Lead
- Are You Still Stewing About That Mistake You Made?
- The Power of Writing Stuff Down
- Is Your Corporate Culture Cultish?
- How Leaders Around the World Build Trust Across Cultures
- What Really Helps Employees to Improve (It’s not Criticism)