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New Podcast: UK Politics, UK GDPR, Privacy risks, Human rights
NEW PODCAST: In this ep, I interview Mariano delli Santi @marianods from @openrightsgroup and he takes me through the main points of the threatening UK Data Protection and Digital Information Bill https://richardsonsrubicon.com/data-deregulation-promotes-growth-says-the-trustworthy-uk-government/
#GDPR #InfoSec #Privacy #HumanRights #UKPolitics
The new tactic by this government and cronies is to shuffle responsibility for a conscience onto someone like an appointed ethics minister instead of using one they should have.
How much more of this will the British people take?
Shared from GroundBBC chairman asks for review into his hiring after claims he helped Boris Johnson secure loan
Does anyone think anything will be done about these serious allegations? Or will it be swept under the carpet further?
I imagine that if anything did happen it would be so explosive the corruption of the establishment would be blown wide open. Instead, I think this will become a footnote.
What do you think?
Data deregulation promotes growth, says the trustworthy UK Government.
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