Success rates on prosecuting data related offenses stored in the cloud computing system in combination with GDPR

Do GDPR affect forensic investigations? (Please rate the following information on a scale of 1 to 5)

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Electronic Contemporaneous Notes for Digital Investigations

Apr 12, 2019
Hello, would you like to answer a survey?
This survey's only intention is to collect data about how GDPR affect forensic investigations. The survey is not trying to make any conclusion about the people answering the survey. No personally identifiable information will be used, including IP address or location. Only your answers will be used as data for the paper.
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Use this link to answer the survey: Survey about GDPR and prosecuting data related offenses.


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Sep 4, 2018
Vancouver, Canada

I was a bit confused about the top survey as it is limited in information, but I see there is more at the link you provided with further questions.

Survey about GDPR and prosecuting data related offenses.

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