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GDPR is coming. Are you ready?

Regulators will begin enforcing the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation on May 25. Here are steps you can take to make sure your compliance program is ready.

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Artificial intelligence policymaking is alive and well in Paris and Brussels

The good news is that European policymakers are responding to the challenges posed by artificial intelligence (AI).

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5 must-ask questions for complying with GDPR’s ‘Right to be Forgotten’

For all US-based companies that might have EU data, it’s time to segregate that data and initiate proper protocols to ensure fines don’t come your way after May.

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To manage GDPR data risk, pay attention to your service level agreements

Your technology suppliers provide a pipe, platform or other web-based application to enable their clients to do business over the Internet. Unless the client has stipulated their security requirements, the supplier is likely to only...

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Cryptocurrency and blockchain investor gives suggestions to global governments regulating new technologies

A talk with Miko Matsumura, who founded crypto exchange Evercoin and is a Venture Partner with BitBull Capital, on how governments might regulate blockchain and cryptocurrencies while still allowing for innovation.

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Tremors in the boardroom as GDPR moves the regulatory paradigm from compliance to exposure

Any business leader who wants to sleep at night after May 25th, 2018, will need to move from a defensive to an offensive posture on GDPR.

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How is the tale of the Three Little Pigs a lesson for GDPR?

And what will you do when – not if – the big bad wolf comes along?

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10 ways GDPR can deliver a return on investment for your business

Compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) might require effort and resources, but the effect it has on your enterprise's digital transformation efforts can generate a return on investment.

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What is competition policy for?

Regulators should focus on making markets work better for consumers.

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It’s time for companies to embrace Europe’s new data guidelines

All that data your company has everywhere? It’s time to corral it.

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The benefits of bigness: consumers can gain from large tech firms and market leaders

A common misconception is that big businesses are bad businesses. In the case of tech firms, this is not always true, and there are many benefits to consumers that come from big firms.

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GDPR: Are you ready for the new face of data privacy?

The CIO's guide to the breadth and depth of GDPR.

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Risky AI business: Navigating regulatory and legal dangers to come

Artificial intelligence poses a wide range of hidden and unknown dangers for enterprises deploying the technology. Here’s how to guard against the legal and compliance risks of AI.

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Becoming GDPR compliant quickly, effectively and risk-free

The hype around the GDPR compliance has recently reached the fever pitch recently. Thus, it seems essential to share the tips that help company become GDPR compliant without risks and on time.

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How to be compliant with data breach notification laws

As a CIO, the bucks stops with you for matters pertaining to data breaches and compliance towards subsequent notifications.

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Policy challenges of artificial intelligence

Developments in artificial intelligence are a driver of new products and services that will improve the richness, variety and comfort of our lives, speed up productivity growth, and make consequential decisions fairer and more...

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Unnecessary and counterproductive regulations don’t make good competition policy

With increased criticism of tech companies’ size and power, it is important to note that unnecessary regulations would be counterproductive, causing more harm than good.

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Navigating the Chinese cloud

Chinese startups leverage the cloud to navigate legal and intellectual property (IP) risks internationally – you should do the same.

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3 pillars of devops success for 2018, part 3

The compliance and regulatory needs that software companies must satisfy.

Who benefits from the abolishment of net neutrality?

Net neutrality's dismantling by the FCC brings with pros and cons for Internet Service Providers and consumers.

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