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What do you think about GDPR in the context of software development? Are this changes for good?

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GDPR can be summed up in this one sentence – ask permission, respect the privacy of your users, value and protect their data.

This article https://steelkiwi.com/blog/how-to-create-gdpr-compliant-software/ tries to explain to you what you need to do in order to make sure that your product/service is GDPR compliant, and gives you some tips& tricks that you can use

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@Coma thank you for your article share. It explains very well and its a good start for anyone that wants to know more about GDPR regulation.

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