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British Airways shows everyone how not to GDPR – TechCrunch


Jul 19, 2018 1:07 PM 6+ mon ago

Let’s all take a minute to appreciate the view in the British Airways social media cockpit, where staffers at the coalface of the airline’s Twitter account have presided over a wildly unusual ‘interpretation’ of Europe’s new data protection rules. One that, er, suggests quite the opposite of GDPR compliance… Given the company’s social media staff […]...Read more.

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