Blockchain and GDPR’s Collision Course

The General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, in Europe and distributed ledger technology are on a collision course. In its mission to secure individuals’ data, GDPR’s principles around data ownership, control and protection seemingly are in fundamental conflict with the ideals of blockchain’s distributed network, says George Bollenbacher, partner, Capital Markets Advisors. Speaking with TABB Group founder and research chairman Larry Tabb, Bollenbacher explains the complexities of regulating data on a blockchain and the potential ramifications.

 

Related article: “GDPR and DLT: Whose Data Is It?

 

Interviewer: Larry Tabb

Source: TABB TV

Categories: Fintech / Crypto, Regulatory

Topics: Compliance, Data management, IT governance/infrastructure, Market Surveillance/Technology, Regulations, Risk management, Trading technology infrastructure

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