If you are a company that does business with European Union (EU) citizens, read carefully. Companies that collect data on citizens in EU countries must comply with strict new rules intended to protect customer data.
Privacy rights Clearinghouse reports that between 2005 and today, there have been 8,804 reported data breaches exposing over 11 billion records. This number is on the rise.
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