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Our consent experts share the latest news and best practices surrounding consent and preference management.

Single View

Single View

Europe enforced the GDPR in 2018, California enforced CCPA in 2020 and with an increasing number of jurisdictions across the world introducing similar Data Privacy Regulations we see a growing problem for organisations with a global customer base.

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Santa's List

Santa's List

He’s making a list He’s checking it twice He’s gonna find out who’s naughty or nice…

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Go Beyond Marketing with Preference and Consent Management

Go Beyond Marketing with Preference and Consent Management

Individuals today expect a personalised experience with brands and companies.

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Does your organisation need to appoint an EU Representative?

Does your organisation need to appoint an EU Representative?

GDPR projects and implementation efforts leading up to 25th May 2018 deadline now seem a distant memory.

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Government dismisses online 'porn block'

Government dismisses online 'porn block'

According to Digital Secretary, the controversial age verification will not be commencing.

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What should you do about Personal Data Transfers – 'Deal' or 'No Deal' Brexit?

What should you do about Personal Data Transfers – 'Deal' or 'No Deal' Brexit?

In a perfect world, the UK and the EU would have an agreement acceptable to all parties involved meaning having a 'deal' in place and the UK departing on the set date.

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No Assumptions. Just Facts.

No Assumptions. Just Facts.

Stop second-guessing what your consumers want and hear from them directly.

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GDPR privacy law exploited to reveal personal data

GDPR privacy law exploited to reveal personal data

GDPR is supposed to protect personal data, but this experiment used the law to help achieve the opposite effect

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Adult websites are harvesting your most intimate data

Adult websites are harvesting your most intimate data

The lack of consent has caused an uproar with individuals and organisations processing and handling personal data. With experts warning users who navigate around pornography sites, that their data is being shared with third parties.

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