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The European Data Protection Board (EDPB) has issued its opinion on the EU-US Data Privacy Framework (DPF) and has reservations, including about exemptions to data subjects’ right of access, an absence of clear definitions, lack of rules on automated decision making, and lack of clarity on onward transfers, so it will now need more scrutiny by EU institutions. As a result, businesses that transfer personal data between the EU and US should continue relying on the other data transfer mechanisms available under the GDPR, such as Binding Corporate Rules and Standard Contractual Clauses.

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Databook AI Recommends B2B Sales Approach Based on Public Data

March 13, 2023

Why do Customer Relationship Management when you can use “the industry’s first Strategic Relationship Management (SRM) platform” from Databook? Puffery aside, Databook’s system does seem to offer something genuinely new: it gathers public information about companies and uses it to identify likely financial pain points, strategic priorities, relevant products and use cases, and executive sponsors for buying a seller’s products. Lots of AI here, of course.

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