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Tue, 12 Jun 2018 18:52:41 -0500
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The European Union's new privacy rule, called the General Data Protection
Regulation, is officially in effect. To comply with it, some small
businesses and startups have had to put other work on hold. The GDPR
requires companies that have European customers to get clear consent to
gather their information, make data available to correct and even delete
data if the customer asks. And the fines for not complying are huge.
Lawrence Coburn is CEO of a company called DoubleDutch that makes mobile
apps for conferences. The apps collect location information, demographic
data and sometimes contacts and job information from attendees from all
over the world. Coburn spoke with Marketplace Tech host Molly Wood about
how much stress the GDPR has caused him. The following is an edited
transcript of their conversation.

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