On the 21st February WYBCS members met up at Costa in York to discuss personal data and GDPR. Here are some of our thoughts.
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Tax authorities tend to find it rather hard to get their hands on the wealth of the super-rich. Will the worst offenders avoid GDPR penalties? As with tax avoidance/evasion smaller organisations can't escape.
With the PPI scandal, onus was on the customer to claim compensation. Should customers be automatically compensated for GDPR breaches?
Open Banking is coming! What is it? how will it effect us? do I need to be worried?
It sometimes convient to get targeted ads. More often than not it's a little creepy and can ruin surprise gifts!
Supermarkets and GDPR. Waitrose monitors my caffeine addiction, there's no such thing as a free coffee!
What are the implications of GDPR for taxi firms? They often store information of where you live and where you've been.