Many UK firms which do not have an EU-based location may become GDPR non-compliant when the Brexit transition period ends.
When it comes to privacy and data protection compliance the principles are the same; you need to understand what really matters and go all-in on that. It’s the difference between the false sense of security that comes from doing the wrong things efficiently and getting the important stuff done effectively.
What though of our daily interactions? It is likely that many of them are made not with people but with, or via, devices, or through the internet of things.
Leaving records, that form data. Data that can be amassed and form great value; though not to us, unlike the valuable memories I have of those daily trips with my grandfather.