GDPR - coming your way soon

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#21
Suppose I objected to my name appearing in the London Gazette: Could I demand that it be removed? Could I insist that they have all paper copies in public offices and libraries redacted?

Like many good ideas it does seem a little mad. As previously noted public bodies are obliged to keep records how does that square away with being obliged to destroy them?
 
#22
Like many good ideas it does seem a little mad. As previously noted public bodies are obliged to keep records how does that square away with being obliged to destroy them?
Basically, really, really badly.

As I wrote earlier, my belief is that if you are 14 or over, you are data-compromised. The cat is out of the bag; so much of your personal data is out there available to be mined, sifted, correlated, and exploited.

Reversing from this will be expensive and pointless. Your data is in China, Africa, and deep in the US and UK in places where it won’t be deleted.

GDPR is - in my view - massively naïf, written by someone who knew their ITIL but not technology or human nature. But it’s going to be law, folks...
 
#23
GDPR is - in my view - massively naïf, written by someone who knew their ITIL but not technology or human nature. But it’s going to be law, folks...
No it was written by a bunch of lawyers who understand human nature and know it will be a goldmine.
 

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