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I find the use of "Orwellian" rather ironic in this context.

I run a company based in the UK, but I myself am American and most of my business experience is in the US. Despite that, I honestly have had no issues adapting to the GDPR. Considering that the business I operate has systems specifically designed to store as much data on people as possible, I find it absurd other businesses are unable to handle user/client data responsibly.

That said, I cared about privacy BEFORE GDPR and intended to act responsibly regardless of regulation.

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