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Mistaken Identity: The 57 Million Dollar Question

The phrase, “probably worth a google” takes on a whole new shade of meaning as Mistaken Identity explores the fourth fine levied under GDPR. Google was fined $57 million for inadequate user consent by a French data privacy agency. Is this the “big one” that people have been waiting for to show that privacy regulation has the power to change corporate behavior? Sit back while David Lee and Mike Kiser discuss the potential implications for Google and what is front of mind for organizations today. We celebrate Data Privacy Day as we also discuss whether collecting biometrics causes harm, a Dutch surgeon’s right to be forgotten, and a massive mortgage database breach. (And you thought that high property taxes and those pesky neighborhood kids were your biggest concerns as a homeowner.)