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Is Privacy as a Service a viable offering for IT services companies?

A question from Mark, a Patreon supporter:
 
I’m wondering if privacy as a service is a coming business model due to all the legal changes that are happening, for example look at this for California:

https://www.fisherphillips.com/news-insights/employers-need-to-know-california-consumer-privacy-acts-training-requirement.html

Is this like the early stages of security?Will we see lawsuit ransomware like we had ADA shakedowns from unethical law firms?   It happened a lot in CA where they sent out people in wheelchairs to “use the bathroom” in businesses and then the business got a $5000 demand letter a few days later stating their bathroom wasn’t ADA compliant…
 
Dave’s References:
https://www.techrepublic.com/article/how-data-governance-works/
https://www.techrepublic.com/article/data-governance-mistakes-to-avoid/

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