The legal world is still fond of reference books. How many of you have giant binders on your shelves into which you insert this year’s latest update on some area of law or other? For a quickly changing legal environment like privacy, though, your binder fills up fast. Pretty soon, you need another binder. Luckily, we have the Internet. DLA Piper has attacked the problem of surveying the world’s data protection laws and regulations with a handy online and interactive guidebook for which they’ve released version 3.0 just in time for Data Privacy Day. Find out where it lives and how it was developed in this exclusive for The Privacy Advisor.
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