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Daily Dashboard | A technician's view of the GDPR and consent interfaces Related reading: Most member states won't be ready for GDPR

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"From an IT technician's point of view, those of us tasked with operationalizing mandated transparency and consent requirements from the EU General Data Protection Regulation before the May 25 enforcement threshold face a formidable challenge," writes PrivacyCheq Co-founder and Futurist Dale Smith, CIPT. "While EU users and regulators will be able to evaluate compliance with new GDPR rules by simply viewing any public-facing data ingestion screens, as IT staff — who craft and maintain those screens — we lack concrete requirements as to what actually needs to be changed or added at our exiting user 'touch points' to achieve and demonstrate compliance." In this post for Privacy Tech, and with the view of a technician, Smith expounds on what can be done to improve user interfaces ahead of GDPR enforcement. 
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