Driven primarily by the European Union (EU), the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a large-scale attempt to give users much greater privacy controls. Initially announced 2 years ago, to allow websites to fully prepare, the GDPR became law on May 25, 2018. Moreover, the GDPR is not "finished", rather GDPR is expected to continually evolve and grow over time. GDPR affects website owners situated both inside the EU and those elsewhere in the world.
Entrepreneurs employ themselves, and like to work out how solve new and old problems for others; they're often keen on experimenting with what's possible. But why bother to become an entrepreneur or become self employed?
The world is changing! A simple statement that is both obvious, yet at the same time is undeniably true with deeper implications for people with websites! Online especially, the web changes much faster than the world at large. In this article, we explore 3 ways to make the web work better for website providers.