Here's another thing people are getting wrong. Just because your data isn't stored inside the EEA - wait, you thought it had to be inside the EU? wrong! - doesn't mean you should panic and repatriate it. What you need to do is check whether wherever you've put it has an adequacy decision. A what? … Continue reading Where’s your data? (Second reprise)
On the 25th of April, I wrote GDPR: you're all getting it wrong. On the 9th of May, Steve Wood (the Deputy Commissioner) wrote this: https://iconewsblog.org.uk/2018/05/09/raising-the-bar-consent-under-the-gdpr/ See? I may be a voice in the wilderness, but I'm not (always) wrong.