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Alternative Compliance

Nick Grossman

D&S advisor Nick Grossman wrote a detailed piece discussing how small businesses can utilize data and available connectivity.

Critical to that goal is the mindset that data is an asset. The more open we are to new kinds of business operating, the more we have the opportunity to see data that comes from activities, the more we can learn from the data, and then iterate on policy. Thinking about policy and regulation this way therefore biases us towards encouraging activity to happen, rather than stopping it from happening.

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