“Hong Kong’s economy relative to China’s gross domestic product (GDP) has fallen from a peak of 27 percent in 1993 to less than 3 percent in 2017. In 1997, when Britain handed the city back to Chinese sovereignty, Hong Kong’s GDP was still around 20 percent the size of the mainland economy, as the territory…”
The scale of urban development in China is amazing.
You’ve read the emails and seen the TV reports. After two years of preparations and discussion and GPDR is here!
By now the email warnings have subsided and life moves on, however with companies having a better understanding of how to treat users correctly.
However, there are still a few left. Instapaper is the biggest one on my horizon.
How bad must their internal architecture and procedures be for this to occur? This has to be the most worrying thing I’ve seen from a small company on the Internet.
It reminds me of an old saying by a wise man.
“After all, you only find out who is swimming naked when the tide goes out.”