Adjusting to life under the GDPR in 2018 will be difficult. But tech implications of the GDPR will drive greater growth of the digital economy, not less.
UK Google users are set to lose the protections they had received from the GDPR given that the country has embarked on an exit from the EU, where the law is applicable.
What are the key steps that businesses can consider taking to ensure the business continuity of their GDPR privacy compliance programs during COVID-19 pandemic?
Consumer groups in 7 countries are asking European privacy regulators to take action against Google for GDPR violations, specifically, its “deceptive practices” related to location tracking.
We give some insight into how companies could use a privacy impact assessment (PIA) in conjunction with data mapping practices to understand how data flows through an organisation, making it the perfect tool to document and track new initiatives.
In this final instalment of an ongoing series on the issues that affect compliance in an ever more complex world Teresa Troester-Falklooks at how organisations can demonstrate compliance using an accountability approach.
The features that make blockchain so attractive to enterprises are also the very features that could lead to headaches like “blockchain privacy poisoning", which Gartner has named as one of the biggest risks facing organizations over the next few years.
117 GDPR omnibus laws, 28 CCPA sectoral laws and more amendments coming up for the CCPA and LGDP, how do you keep your privacy program afloat?
With the Privacy Shield under fierce criticisms, there is now consideration for the European Commission to grant “adequacy” to an individual US state – California with it's CCPA.
The GDPR legislation, which is being implemented across the European Union next May, will have far-reaching implications for how political parties, NGOs and any community organization interfacing with the general public operates. Here’s a nine step checklist to help your community-facing organization get into shape.