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Preparing for the California Consumer Privacy Act: Avoid the Landmines & Learn from GDPR 0

When GDPR went into effect one year ago, it was clear companies were not ready and reports show that many companies still aren’t GDPR compliant, and half of companies self-reported

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The not-yet United States of data privacy, 1 year after GDPR 0

Fewer than 20 states have a data privacy bill in the works, with many breathing their last breaths in committee, dying before making it to the governors’ desks. One year

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GDPR’s first anniversary: A year of progress in privacy protection 0

May 25 marks one year since the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation officially went into effect. GDPR is a groundbreaking privacy framework that empowers residents of the EU to

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GDPR: How Europe’s digital privacy rules have changed everything 0

On 25 May 2018 the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force. At its heart, GDPR set out to update rules around privacy and consent for the digital age and to

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What’s been done for data privacy since GDPR? 0

Businesses have developed new roles dedicated to protecting privacy While organisations already put processes in place to drive compliance with GDPR, those organisations must recognise and acknowledge this consumer trend

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What GDPR’s first year says about data privacy regulation 0

Almost a year ago, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect. In that year, the United States has been engaging in its own debate about what, if anything,

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Privacy, a year later: How the GDPR has affected AI-powered marketing 0

GDPR may seem like a burden but as companies rebuild trust with consumers, it will become a sustainable approach fostering both innovation and accountability. It’s been almost a year since

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Privacy, a year later: How the GDPR has affected AI-powered marketing 0

GDPR may seem like a burden but as companies rebuild trust with consumers, it will become a sustainable approach fostering both innovation and accountability. It’s been almost a year since

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Europe’s sweeping privacy rule was supposed to change the internet, but so far it’s mostly created frustration for users, companies, and regulators 0

GDPR’s one-year anniversary is May 25. The legislation gave numerous new privacy rights to consumers, and elevated the visibility of data protection professionals in the corporate world.  But the law’s

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Quantcast faces GDPR probe following Privacy International complaint 0

Group claims adtech firm is exploiting individuals’ data. THE IRISH DATA PROTECTION COMMISSION (DPC) has launched a GDPR probe into adtech outfit Quantcast after Privacy International complained that the firm

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