By Cary J. Calderone, Esquire
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Rolf to Lissel when delivering a telegram for Captain Von Trapp- “We make it our business to know everything about everyone.”
Or, dialogue from Heir Zeller-“You were sent a telegram which you did not answer. A telegram from Admiral Von Schreiber of the navy of the 3rd Reich.”The reasons should now be clear. Once we in America understand the origins of the EU Data Protection Act, it will be easier to put in the systems and policies necessary to better comply with the rules. We will follow-up this holiday post in the new year with a more detailed explanation of the EU Data Privacy rules courtesy of a terrific breakout session run by Amor Esteban and William Kellermann. Until then, if you are frustrated and angry with the challenge of navigating US Data rules and EU Rules at the same time, take heart. You are not alone. We can all just blame the Nazis...
Captain Von Trapp “I was under the impression Heir Zeller that the contents of telegrams in Austria are private! At least the Austria I know.”