Ep. 124: Can someone explain this GDPR thing?

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Recently, you might have heard of something called the GDPR. It has something to do with the Russians, right?

Well, no. Well, not entirely, anyway. The GDPR is a massive law that protects Europeans' data from companies that would like to peddle off the fact that you have a predeliction of ordering ice-cream at 2 AM (heh) to some company for a quick buck. And Google's been very evil and is being fined 50 million Euros. So the Simblified trio (duo actually, Naren wasn't there) have a look at the law and its ramifications.

By the way, Simblified is not GDPR compliant so you can't unsubscribe (ok you can, but please don't).

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It's an Indian podcast - probably the best to come from Malad West - that takes things that happen around us, and deconstructs them in a language you can understand, often surmounting several puns and PG Wodehouse references along the way. We aim to make you appear smarter during parties, job interviews, and dates.
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