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On May 25th 2018 the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) officially came into force: a regulation on data protection proposed by the EU in order to guarantee better privacy safeguarding
GDPR is now fully enforceable by the ICO, but just weeks before it became so, the business world seemed to be waiting with bated breath as marketers, technologists, lawyers and
Much as contextual targeting is experiencing a rebirth due to the arrival of the General Data Protection Regulation, ad-buyer demand for programmatic guaranteed deals is also increasing for some publishers.
Some updated privacy policies many businesses have recently sent to customers may not be compliant with new EU data protection laws, a watchdog has warned. Many companies have issued new
“Be careful what you do, because the rules have changed…” – Martyn Hope, GDPR Institut The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the European Union’s brand-new digital privacy directive (law)
This week’s top resource is ‘The Essential Guide to GDPR’. This document provides a summary of the GDPR, its impact and how to be compliant. There is a focus on
BERLIN (Reuters) – A German consumer rights group said on Monday that a court had found Facebook’s use of personal data to be illegal because the U.S. social media platform
Revision of data protection rules On 27 April 2016, new laws on data protection, which will set out new European rules o n privacy in the digital age were published.
Under both the Data Protection Act 1998 and the General Data Protection Regulation 2016 (“GDPR”) organisations must ensure there is a lawful basis for processing personal data. If there is
The General Data Protection Regulation legislation coming into effect in the UK on May 25 has undergone some subtle changes which will affect the property sector according to one of