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Can data minimisation be the key to GDPR compliance?

Paul McCormack, Legal Counsel at HSBC, agrees that holding less personal datadata minimisation – is the way forward.

The less personal data you hold the better. Collecting and keeping less data should be an essential focus for data holding businesses. Data minimisation can seem incompatible with “Big Data”, but considering the minimum data you need should be a cornerstone of your strategy.

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