General Data Protection Regulation
“All of England's problems came from Europe.”
The General Data Protection Regulation is an action of the European Union with consequences that are more far reaching than anyone could imagine. First, Europeans got a bunch of emails, but, unexpectedly, Americans got a bunch of emails too. Second, almost $9 million of debt got shifted from to two companies to to one political and economic union.
- New jobs
- Lost manpower
- Elevates hacking from simply a crime to an act of simple sabotage
- Makes the European Union have legal jurisdiction over the entire world