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As we all know and unless you were hiding in a cave you no doubt have heard about the enactment of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), in May of 2018.  What you may not have known is the EU left 70 opening clauses which allow the EU-Member States to enact national privacy rules to supplement and modify the GDPR.  The extensive use of opening clauses by the EU-Member States may result in a variety of national privacy laws that require a higher privacy implementation and compliance effort [More]