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    Would it help to ask about different areas that are at the risk of being splintered because of GDPR, and other laws? LATimes is a good example of the fact that news sites can be affected. Would it be possible to split other areas like social media, search, instant messaging, etc? And if yes have we seen any examples of that happening?

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      Hi Rachit – thanks a lot for your comments. I tried to address your good points in my article, can you let me know what you think? If you think there are points missing then please feel free to suggest edits!

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    It’s great that Marcus Gruenwald has decided to help me with the story. I’ll be adding the interviews I’m doing to the story to help him. I’ve started with the one I did this morning with Graham Smith. I have three more to do which I’ll add in due course. If there’s anything you would like me to ask please let me know here or on Slack.

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    Promising headline, but this early draft doesn’t set out a case summary for it. Perhaps an example of the impact of GDPR has had so far?

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