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The GDPR is Coming to the US


The GDPR is Coming to the US

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Thankfully California was so much smarter with their qualifications than the EU was - it only affects companies with (a) annual gross revenues of $25 million; (b) obtains personal information of 50,000 or more California residents, households or devices annually; or (c) 50 percent or more annual revenue from selling California residents’ personal information. Way easier for small companies like us to deal with.



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Brent Ozar - Monday, July 9, 2018 11:01 AM
Thankfully California was so much smarter with their qualifications than the EU was - it only affects companies with (a) annual gross revenues of $25 million; (b) obtains personal information of 50,000 or more California residents, households or devices annually; or (c) 50 percent or more annual revenue from selling California residents’ personal information. Way easier for small companies like us to deal with.


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I think the CA does have some better limits. We'll see how it goes.

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Jeff Moden - Monday, July 9, 2018 11:21 AM
Brent Ozar - Monday, July 9, 2018 11:01 AM
Thankfully California was so much smarter with their qualifications than the EU was - it only affects companies with (a) annual gross revenues of $25 million; (b) obtains personal information of 50,000 or more California residents, households or devices annually; or (c) 50 percent or more annual revenue from selling California residents’ personal information. Way easier for small companies like us to deal with.


There should be an added caveat... if you post your junk on Facebook or Twiiter, we get to sell your junk. ;-)

How about, "Nothing is free. If you aren't paying for it, you're not the customer... You're the product being sold"?

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Hopefully the US does not follow Europe's overreaching business-crunching GDPR edict. There's already enough government regulation on US companies.
I know, I know, an unpopular vote here probably. If a company doesn't have its act together, it can already be sued. HIPPA is another example of gross over-bearing government excess.
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Excited to see where this goes - both California's law and Europe's GDPR. In the US what I've seen in my studies are attempts to enact soft standards (ex. FIPS) with no enforcement. GDPR changes that. Should be a very interesting next few years to see how all this plays out.
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This will impact the advertising and even the BI sector a bit. Getting down to the user is pretty insightful.
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Anything that emanates fro the EU should be avoided like the plague. It is a corrupt controlling organisation that would have us subjected to the undemocratic control of a few unelected bureaucrats only interested in their own evil ends.
xsevensinzx - Monday, July 9, 2018 3:41 PM
This will impact the advertising and even the BI sector a bit. Getting down to the user is pretty insightful.

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Victor Kirkpatrick - Monday, July 9, 2018 12:54 PM
Hopefully the US does not follow Europe's overreaching business-crunching GDPR edict. There's already enough government regulation on US companies.
I know, I know, an unpopular vote here probably. If a company doesn't have its act together, it can already be sued. HIPPA is another example of gross over-bearing government excess.

In the US, even companies that do have their act together get sued. Remember... once someone sues you, you're guilty until proven innocent and no matter what happens, it's going to take time and money to prove it.


--Jeff Moden

RBAR is pronounced ree-bar and is a Modenism for Row-By-Agonizing-Row.
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