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There are a number of vital questions customers can raise to better understand their provider’s GDPR status. From interactive whiteboards to smart documents, the workplace is more connected than ever
According to a new GDPR-related legislation approved by the Hungarian parliament on April 1, businesses may have to tear out parts of their customer complaints registers in case they contain
As schools, colleges and universities attempt the tricky balancing act of cutting costs while improving service levels, more and more are discovering the benefits of deploying Fujitsu scanners in both
A Microsoft spokesperson reached out to us and offered a statement about the investigation. The company does not go into detail but says it is committed to the privacy of
It’s been nearly a year since GDPR came into effect. A recent article by Cisco outlined the results of a benchmark study related to how prepared the world was for
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been in place since May 2018 – but there are still many businesses that are confused about issues surrounding compliance. Make sure that
California and European privacy laws are bringing change—and stress—to in-house compliance teams. Privacy counsel discussed Thursday the differences between GDPR and CCPA, and how lawyers can approach each. Sweeping privacy
It has been reported that the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has issued the US-based Washington Post newspaper with a warning about how it obtains consent for cookies from website visitors.
While the General Data Protection Regulation hasn’t decimated the digital advertising industry as once feared, it has accelerated demand for risk-free buying options. Contextual targeting has enjoyed a bump, as
NEARLY 90 PERCENT (86 PERCENT) OF UK OFFICE WORKERS CLAIM THEY ARE MORE LIKELY TO BE TOLD OFF FOR FORGETTING TO DO MENIAL TASKS, LIKE EMPTYING OR LOADING THE DISHWATER