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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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  ‘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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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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Brexit No-Deal  - How to prepare and what does it mean for UK organisations?

Brexit No-Deal - How to prepare and what does it mean for UK organisations?

Handling personal data is an issue all organisation face and with Brexit closely approaching the concerns of the business community increases.

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Why you should be digitally dating your customers

Why you should be digitally dating your customers

Let's do the digital shopping experience as it happens but in real life. It goes something like this...

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UK Porn Blocked...

UK Porn Blocked...

UK porn blocked is privacy timebomb, a new report warns with identity checks for pornographic websites to be introduced in July.

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Porn Block Delayed...

Porn Block Delayed...

The porn block has now been delayed, we are expecting an official announcement today. In a big win for privacy campaigners, the government has decided to delay the legislation indefinitely.

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Marriotts International fined a massive £99 million under the GDPR

Marriotts International fined a massive £99 million under the GDPR

After the ICO’s extensive investigation they decided to issue Marriott International a whopping £99,200,396 for infringements of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

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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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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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No Assumptions. Just Facts.

No Assumptions. Just Facts.

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

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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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