It was winter of 2011, and Rob Gratchner just had to get to the IAPP's Data Protection Congress. His then-girlfriend, now Amanda Gratchner, was attending, and where better to ask her to marry him? But there was a hiccup. A big one. The Paris event was sold out. Despite his pleas to the powers that be at the IAPP, he couldn't get in. "I went to Paris by myself," Amanda says with a bit of a playful tone. But two months later, in Seattle, WA, at the spot where they first kissed, Rob proposed. In this feature, IAPP Associate Editor Angelique Carson, CIPP/US, talks with three couples who found their work in the privacy field—and their spouses, too.
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