Frustrated man

5 years on - are these perspectives still relevant?

Just over a year after GDPR became enforceable, we published this tongue in cheek overview of data protection perspectives. At the time, they were met with mixed feelings, some people found them amusing, and some were offended.

Data protection is an interesting profession to work in.

Change is constant and fully grasping all the nuances is probably beyond most people, at least understanding all the dependencies and crossovers with other competency areas.

To mark this week's anniversary around GDPR, Purpose and Means is having a ‘Great GDPR Giveaway’ making available for free some of our visual material that you can adapt and make use of in your context.

If you want a copy of this GDPR timeline, drop an email to:

Petruta Pirvan
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May 23, 2023


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