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Three Years After Europe’s GDPR, What’s Changed in Tech Privacy?

It’s been three years since the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, took effect. At its core, the law was meant to give consumers more control over how companies collect, share and use their personal data. It was the first major privacy law with real teeth in the form of potentially large fines for companies that didn’t comply. Loeb & Loeb partner Jessica Lee is interviewed in this article about how privacy has changed in the three years after the European Union’s GDPR took effect.

Click here to read the article on Marketplace’s website.