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GDPR FInes ramp up - February 2020 126 Million and 160,000 data breaches

Hi All

 

The latest figures on the number of fines and number of data breaches affected is shown here:

 

https://www.cpomagazine.com/data-protection/gdpr-fines-top-126-million-with-over-160000-data-breache...

 

Regards

 

Caute_Cautim

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Re: GDPR FInes ramp up - February 2020 126 Million and 160,000 data breaches

Big tech is not afraid of fines! It is the cost of doing business. Send them to jail if you want something to change. That's my mantra.

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Re: GDPR FInes ramp up - February 2020 126 Million and 160,000 data breaches

> AppDefects (Community Champion) posted a new reply in Privacy on 02-12-2020

> Big tech is not afraid of fines! It is the cost of doing business. Send
> them to jail if you want something to change.

Big tech (or big anything else, for that matter) is not afraid of jails. They'll just
wait for privatization, buy up the jails, and manage them.

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Re: GDPR FInes ramp up - February 2020 126 Million and 160,000 data breaches

@rslade @AppDefects I think I liken this to the episode of Star Trek, where when the population were sent to the lifts for incineration, to represent the number of casualties in an endless war..  

 

If I remember correctly it was "

 

"A Taste of Armageddon" is the twenty-third episode of the first season of the American science fiction television series Star Trek. Written by Robert Hamner and Gene L. Coon and directed by Joseph Pevney, it was first broadcast on February 23, 1967.

In the episode, the crew of the Enterprise visits a planet engaged in a completely computer-simulated war with a neighboring planet but the casualties, including the Enterprise's crew, are supposed to be real."

 

Regards

 

Caute_cautim