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GDPR fines skyrocket as EU gets tough on data breaches - Engadget
Engadget - Jan 19, 2021
Europe’s new privacy protection regime has led to a surge in fines for bad actors, according to research published today. Law firm DLA Piper says that, since January 28th, 2020, the EU has issued aro…