I spoke with Josh Hass, the Head of eDiscovery and Information Governance at Charles River Associates, a global consulting firm focused on forensics. We discussed the first anniversary of the GDPR implementation date, how that regulation has changed the way organizations approach privacy and information governance, similar state-specific requirements, such as the California Consumer Privacy Act, ways that the European restrictions compare to the various U.S. initiatives, the e-discovery advantages to an organization that proactively focuses on its portfolio of data, and where the intersection of e-discovery and data privacy is headed. Listen to our interview below: