Category: GDPR

Data protection and privacy have always been important. Now, they are becoming urgent! You will find below helpful articles and publications about the new General Data Protection Regulation coming into force May 25th 2018.

Remember, even if you do not work in Europe, when you manage the personal data of European data subjects, you have to play by the rules too!

The New (And Misunderstood) Role of the GDPR Data Protection Officer

Regulation (EC) 45/2001 of the EU’s GDPR requires organizations that operate in a member state to appoint a data protection officer (DPO).

How GDPR is affecting the video games you love

The gaming industry had to comply with the EU's privacy rules, too.

What has changed in the wake of GDPR?

Quentin Hunt, barrister-at-law, examines the legal implications of GDPR after the first six months

Facebook gave Spotify and Netflix access to users’ private messages

A new New York Times expose has revealed that Facebook gave 150 companies access to hundreds of millions of users' data without their consent.

Australia data encryption laws explained

Australian police can now order tech firms to access the encrypted messages of suspects

Bethesda Accidentally Leaked Personal Data of ‘Fallout 76’ Customers Looking for Help

The game publisher accidentally sent support ticket information to customers using its help desk.

How GDPR has changed the advertising game

Thanks to GDPR, digital advertising is about to see a back to the future return to the tradition of good content.

Where are we with GDPR?

Keeping up with compliance in a post-GDPR world.

Privacy International files GDPR complaints

Privacy International has filed complaints against seven companies including Experian, Equifax and Oracle for alleged contravention of the GDPR.

Here we go again… 80,000 Facebook user accounts compromised

Malicious browser extensions could be behind a compromise of at least 81,000 Facebook accounts which were put up for sale on the dark web, according to reports.

EU privacy chief expects first round of fines under new law by year-end

Regulators are set to exercise their new powers by handing out fines and even temporary bans on companies that breach a new EU privacy law, with the first round of sanctions expected by the end of the year, the bloc's privacy chief said.

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