A single simple REST call is all you need to begin complying with numerous laws.
At the heart of much of the data sharing problem is that developers need to solve problems, so they build integrations with other systems.
The big problem is that when that data is sent to an integration or stored in a local database, nobody has a record of the fact that the data has been shared. This leaves companies scrambling and devoting outsized resources to data subject requests when they are received.
In hindsight, every company wishes they had been tracking data in this manner since they began storing data, but if your company didn't, it's time to begin. As the saying goes, the best time to plant a tree is yesterday, and the second best time is now.
Developers can easily add a searchable, auditable record of what is shared and with whom by using the Osano PII Tracking API and for most developers this implementation will take about 5 minutes.