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 What went wrong on the 25th of May?

What went wrong on the 25th of May?

For those companies who had the option to employ someone to organise their GDPR data, you would think it meant they could be sure of their ‘to the letter’ compliance with the new regulations.

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Streamlining the consent process within education

Streamlining the consent process within education

Has your school appointed a data controller? Someone who is responsible for cybersecurity, the consent management system (CMS), and keeping sensitive details on staff, pupils and parents private? Are you still sending out permission packs on paper?

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California 2020: the effect of GDPR coming into play

California 2020: the effect of GDPR coming into play

In January 2020, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CaCPA) comes into force, with penalties exposing organisations to potentially large fines for wilful violations of data privacy

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What not to do with your GDPR consent request emails

What not to do with your GDPR consent request emails

Did you know if the Information Commission Office (ICO) fined the same three British companies breaching data protection laws today which it fined in 2016, under the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) these fines would total £69 million!

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  ‘Move Fast, Break Things’ – not so much.

‘Move Fast, Break Things’ – not so much.

Nowadays, with the confluence of an old-fashioned idea that businesses should have some kind of code of practice, we have EU ePrivacy regulations and consent management software for GDPR compliance.

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Consent best practice: common questions and answers to typical scenarios

Consent best practice: common questions and answers to typical scenarios

Consent of the data subject needs to be freely given, specific, informed and unambiguous. This is best evidenced by a statement or by a clear affirmative action to signify agreement to the processing of personal data. This means that your customer, must understand exactly what they are consenting to and have freely chosen consent to your marketing.

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Transforming data privacy from a threat to a business enabler

Transforming data privacy from a threat to a business enabler

GDPR often strikes fear into the hearts of business owners, but it doesn’t need to be a threat.

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How to gain consent and maintain your contact database

How to gain consent and maintain your contact database

Consent. The word on the lips of every organisation across the UK, but what does it mean?

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GDPR Sees Online Players in High-Stakes Gamble

GDPR Sees Online Players in High-Stakes Gamble

By using ‘legitimate interest’, online publishers and vendors are playing Russian roulette with their users’ data.

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