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Livestreaming for the EU GDPR to be launched May 25

Cyberscope TV is a livestreaming platform that enables users to get paid for professional video chat without leaving the app and share the stream in real time on Linkedin, FB and Twitter.

Aberdeen, Scotland(25 May 2018)

Cyberscope TV will be launched when the EU GDPR comes into force on May 25.  There is a great deal of confusion regarding interpreation of the EU General Data Protection Regulation and the fines for non-compliance can be up to 20 Mill Euros or 4% of glaobal sales , whichever is the larger. 

Cyberscope TV is an innovative livestreaming paltform that will enable users to get paid for giving professional advice. Users can watch free livestream videos and ask questions that float across the screen in real time.  This social streaming platform will also enable users to rate broadcasters and make an appointment for free or paid video chat without leaving the app.

The target market is data privacy but the alarming increase in cyber crime will also be a very popular subject for broadcasters.   

The app was designed in Aberdeen ,Scotland.  Data privacy and cyber security are global threats. Sharing information about cyber criminals and data breaches will appeal to a global network of livestreamers and subject matter experts.