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Malta: GDPR FAQs (Video) - WH Partners

In today's episode, Patrick Massa from WH Partners answers some of the most frequently asked questions about the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
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Managing Guest Relations and Upholding Corporate Digital Responsibility In The Hospitality Industry | By Binu Mathews

Technology is evolving at a record pace, and these emerging digital technologies are now reshaping traditional business practices. As digital technologies and related data become increasingly prevalent, it is natural that ethical concerns regarding the usage of these technologies arise, especially in situations where the ordinary citizen's private information is involved. The hospitality industry, in particular, engages in data capturing and data storing on a mass scale. Moreover, digita...
Tags: Travel, Instagram, Microsoft, Eu, Jones, Mckinsey, CDR, Peterson, General Data Protection, Binu Mathews, Corporate Digital Responsibility CDR


Legal complaint lodged with UK data watchdog over claims coronavirus Test and Trace programme flouts GDPR

'Government is moving too fast, and breaking things as a result' Open Rights Group has instructed lawyers to lodge a complaint with the UK's data watchdog over the rollout of the Test and Trace system because it says the system breaches the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).…
Tags: UK, Software, Open Rights Group, General Data Protection


California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) Compliance Guide For AdSense Publishers

What is CCPA and how can AdSense publishers prepare for it? The California Consumer Privacy Act, also known as CCPA, is a privacy and consumer protection bill that was passed on June 28th, 2019 in an effort to provide more transparency and control to consumers over how personal information is collected, used and sold. Similar to the UK’s regulations on General Data Protection which were implemented in May 2018, CCPA goes into effect on the 1st January 2020. Though the regulations will not be ...
Tags: Google, UK, News, California, Advertising, Guides, United States, Adsense, Internet Advertising Bureau IAB, CCPA, General Data Protection, Featured Slider, AdSense Publishers, Dolly Bagnall


Wilson Sonsini’s Tech Subsidiary, SixFifty, Releases First Product, For Calif. Privacy Compliance

In February, I reported here that law firm Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati had launched a software subsidiary, SixFifty, to develop automated tools designed to make legal processes more efficient and affordable for businesses and individuals. Today, it is releasing its first product: SixFifty Privacy, a suite of tools to help businesses comply with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) set to take effect on Jan. 1, 2020. “The CCPA is an industry-changing law,” SixFifty President Kimball De...
Tags: Microsoft, Law, California, Uncategorized, Parker, Porter, Bob Ambrogi, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich Rosati, CCPA, Wilson Sonsini, General Data Protection, BYU Law School, D Gordon Smith, Parsons Behle Latimer, Parsons Behle Lab, Kimball Dean Parker


Wilson Sonsini’s Tech Subsidiary, SixFifty, Releases First Product, For Calif. Privacy Compliance

In February, I reported here that law firm Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati had launched a software subsidiary, SixFifty, to develop automated tools designed to make legal processes more efficient and affordable for businesses and individuals. Today, it is releasing its first product: SixFifty Privacy, a suite of tools to help businesses comply with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) set to take effect on Jan. 1, 2020. “The CCPA is an industry-changing law,” SixFifty President Kimball De...
Tags: Microsoft, Law, California, Uncategorized, Parker, Porter, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich Rosati, CCPA, Wilson Sonsini, General Data Protection, BYU Law School, D Gordon Smith, Parsons Behle Latimer, Parsons Behle Lab, Kimball Dean Parker, Salt Lake City Parker


United States: Cybersecurity 2019 — The Year In Preview: COPPA, The GDPR, And Protecting Children's Data - Foley Hoag LLP

Since the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect in May 2018, one of the most common questions for practitioners is what the GDPR means for children.
Tags: News, United States, General Data Protection, Data Foley Hoag LLP


4 Smart Ways You Can Help Legally Safeguard Your Website

By Geoff Scott Most entrepreneurs running ecommerce stores are experts on their product, understand key areas of digital marketing, and have a vision for how they’d like to develop their business into the future. However, website security and legal compliance are often more tertiary matters – noted, but (generally) neglected. This is a big mistake. As Facebook, Google, Amazon, and other tech giants continue to make highly visible (and widely criticized) ethical errors , now is not t...
Tags: Europe, Business, California, Management, Eu, Google Analytics, United States, Right Now, Geoff Scott, Barnes, CCPA, Facebook Google Amazon, General Data Protection, Vital Interest, Geoff Scott Most, Motile LLC


Germany: Doctors Cannot Refuse Treatment Because Patient Refuses To Sign GDPR Information Documents - Mayer Brown

On 5 September 2018, the German Data Protection Conference (Datenschutzkonferenz – "DSK") provided new guidance on the interpretation of Art. 13 of the General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR")
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4 Smart Ways You Can Help Legally Safeguard Your Website

By Geoffrey Scott Most entrepreneurs running ecommerce stores are experts on their product, understand key areas of digital marketing, and have a vision for how they’d like to develop their business into the future. However, website security and legal compliance are often more tertiary matters – noted, but (generally) neglected. This is a big mistake. As Facebook, Google, Amazon, and other tech giants continue to make highly visible (and widely criticized) ethical errors , now is not t...
Tags: Europe, Business, California, Management, Eu, Google Analytics, United States, Mario Kart, Right Now, Barnes, CCPA, Facebook Google Amazon, General Data Protection, Geoffrey Scott Most, Vital Interest, Legal Obligation Compliance


European Union: ICO Takes Enforcement Action Against Brexit Campaigners - Reed Smith (Worldwide)

On 6 July 2018, the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) issued an enforcement notice against AggregateIQ for failing to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 (GDPR).
Tags: News, European Union, General Data Protection


UK: Do You Need To Update Your Contracts For The Data Protection Act 2018? - Gowling WLG

Hot on the heels of the General Data Protection Regulation 2016 ("GDPR") coming into effect on 25 May 2018, the UK passed the Data Protection Act 2018 ("DPA") on 23 May 2018.
Tags: UK, News, General Data Protection


GDPR Security Holes and More White Paper

Despite the many rules and regulations, there are many security holes int he GDPR regime. For example, how does it handle the multitudes in any company's BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) platform. I analyse that security hole and others in my white paper below. European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)  Security Holes and More White Paper         GDPR Security Holes Here is what a former   Senior Solutions Architect at Perficient   has to say about GDPR S...
Tags: Europe, UK, London, Religion, US, Eu, Belgium, Ibm, Bill, European Court Of Justice, Brexit, Gdpr, U K, DPA, CLA, Information Commissioner s Office


Ogury Launches Consent Manager

Free solution to help publishers comply with GDPR requirements London – Ogury, the world’s leading mobile data company, launches Consent Manager to strengthen its Ogury for Apps suite of solutions. This new product enables app publishers to be compliant with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which comes into effect on May 25, 2018. Since its […] The post Ogury Launches Consent Manager appeared first on Ad Tech Daily.
Tags: Advertising, Press Releases, Mobile Advertising, User Privacy, Gdpr, Ad & Media Strategies, Online Advertising Challenges, Digital Intelligence, Ad Products, General Data Protection, Ogury, Consent Manager, London Ogury the world


UK: GDPR And Sport: Make Sure That You're On The Ball! - 4 New Square Chambers

All but a slim minority of sporting bodies will be affected by the General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR") on some level.
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Cyprus: GDPR – Key Aspects Of The General Data Protection Regulation - AGP Law Firm | A.G. Paphitis & Co. LLC

In May 2018 the European Union will pass the up-to-date rules for personal data processing implemented by the General Data Protection Regulation (ЕС 2016/67 of 27 April, 2016) ("GDPR").
Tags: News, European Union, Cyprus, Co LLC, General Data Protection


Oyster cards, passengers’ privacy and data protection laws | Letters

Lauren Sager Weinstein, Transport for London’s chief data officer, explains what happens to its customers’ information. Plus Jon Baines on the General Data Protection RegulationWe take protecting the privacy of our customers extremely seriously (How to keep data truly safe? Don’t collect it in the first place, 4 April). Aside from cases where it is essential that we know the identity of a holder of an Oyster card – such as when checking customers are entitled for free or discounted travel – ther...
Tags: Europe, Technology, London, Money, European Union, UK News, World news, Consumer affairs, Transport, Data and computer security, Data Protection, General Data Protection, Jon Baines, Lauren Sager Weinstein Transport


BigID fetches $14 mln Series A

New York and Tel Aviv-based BigID Inc, a provider of enterprise data protection and privacy solutions for personal data, has secured $14 million in Series A funding. The investors included ClearSky Security, Comcast Ventures, the SAP.iO Fund and BOLDstart Ventures. PRESS RELEASE NEW YORK and TEL AVIV – January 29, 2018 — BigID Inc., a leader in enterprise data protection and privacy for personal data, today announced that it has raised $14 million in Series A funding. New investors in the round ...
Tags: New York, China, Israel, Tel Aviv, Trends, European Union, United States, Gartner, Pi, Sap, Gdpr, Tel Aviv Israel, GRC, VC Deals, General Data Protection, BoldStart Ventures


The HR GDPR Divide: SD Worx survey reveals GDPR has polarised HR

Survey finds that 44% of European HR professionals don’t know what GDPR is But 81% of those GDPR-aware believe they will be ready by the May 2018 deadline Today SD Worx, the global HR and payroll service provider, revealed that out of 1,800 HR and payroll professionals, 44% do not know what the General Data Protection […]
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Ireland: GDPR And The Funds Industry – What You Need To Know - Maples and Calder

The General Data Protection Regulation1 ("GDPR") will become law across the EU on 25 May 2018 and substantially updates the current data protection regime.
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The Silver Lining in the EU's New Privacy Rules

Unless you've been living under a rock, you know all about the EU's General Data Protection Regulationor GDPR. This game-changing law expands the data protection rights of EU citizens and puts some huge fines out there for non-compliance. Add in the significant ambiguity around proposed revisions to EU cookie law, sprinkle a dash of confusion over how laws will be enforced by regulators across different EU member states, and you get a big mess. Probably the only growing consensus is that, while ...
Tags: Amazon, Advertising, Eu, Google Facebook, Scott Meyer, General Data Protection, Google Facebook and Amazon


EU's GDPR: What Will American Companies Have To Do To Comply?

Starting next spring, the European Union will begin operating under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Once it becomes enforceable in May 2018, the law designed to protect consumer data will have wide-reaching effects that touch companies well beyond the European border. Organizations anywhere in the world that do business with citizens in the EU will have to comply with the new regulations. For many, especially companies in the United States that have consumers in the EU, GDPR will ...
Tags: News, Eu, European Union, United States, General Data Protection


European Commission outlines next steps towards a European data economy

The European Commission proposed today policy and legal solutions to unleash EU's data economy, as part of its Digital Single Market strategy presented in May 2015. The Commission is addressing this issue because the EU is currently not making the most of its data potential. To change that, it is necessary to address unjustified restrictions to the free movement of data across borders as well as several legal uncertainties. The Communication presented today outlines policy and legal solutions ...
Tags: Ecommerce, Europe, Eu, Commission, European Commission, European Parliament, E-strategies/policy, E-conomy, Digital Single Market, European Council, SMEs, General Data Protection


Ireland: Irish Data Protection Commissioner Welcomes Increases In Budget In Preparation For The GDPR Enforcement - Seyfarth Shaw LLP

As the companies doing business in Europe are trying to get their arms around the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (Regulation (EU) 2016/679), but so far not making substantial headway
Tags: Europe, News, Ireland, General Data Protection


UK: Data Protection: Consent And The Employment Contract - Dentons (UK)

The European Parliament has now passed the new General Data Protection Regulation. This will come into effect in 2018.
Tags: UK, European Parliament, General Data Protection


'Leave' or 'Stay' in the referendum? UK has to implement GDPR either way

The whole 95/46/EC deficiency thing? Still on the table Opinion “In” or “out”, the UK has to implement the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This is important given that some organisations might think that a “Leave” vote might change matters with respect to the GDPR compliance (especially as the Cabinet minister responsible for GDPR implementation, John Whittingdale, is a prominent “outer”).…
Tags: UK, EC, John Whittingdale, Cabinet, General Data Protection