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GDPR drives global privacy compliance now, but still unclear whether it will become de facto global standard, experts say

March 23, 2018, MLex

Lindsey Tonsager recently spoke at the BCLT Privacy Law Forum in Silicon Valley is quoted in an mLex article discussing whether GDPR will automatically become a global privacy standard. Tonsager said that working with companies that depend on AI technology to become compliant with the GDPR “is incredibly, incredibly challenging." Commenting on modifications to the GDPR being developed by member states, Tonsager remarked, “My prediction is that over time, you are going to see a lot of variation across Europe."

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