General Data Protection Regulation [GDPR] is the largest shake-up in consumer data protection law in recent history.
If you’re a developer, web admin, business owner, or user who operates/resides in the EU, GDPR will affect your digital life
in one way or another. Even if you’re based in the U.S. or elsewhere, you’ll feel its shock waves in the news cycles in the coming months.
If you’re EU-based, you might have already seen the new Terms and Conditions from Facebook, Instagram,
and other large corporations that handle your data. It’s a sign that they’re scrambling to adapt to the new regulations too.
If you haven’t already looked into GDPR’s provisions, or have buried your head in the sand, now’s the time
to get to know your responsibilities and rights as we come closer to the big switch on May 25.