If you haven’t felt much of an effect from this year’s rollout of the European General Data Protection Regulation, there’s a new law out of California that tackles similar issues and has the potential to affect enterprise data center users.
Both laws make consumer privacy a higher priority by punishing companies that abuse private user data, though they approach it in different ways.
Related: What Europe’s New Data Protection Law Means for Data Center Operators
Both apply to companies regardless of where they are based, as long as they provide some service to either Europe’s or California’s residents. And both have steep fines for non-compliance.
Read full article at Data Center Knowledge.