Quantcast BrandVoice: Data Protection Trends: What GDPR And Other Regulations Mean For 2019 And Beyond

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As we journey through the opening months of 2019, the effects of 2018 on privacy continue to play a significant role. This is perhaps most apparent in the introduction of new laws and regulations to provide consumers with greater control over how their personal data is collected and used.
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