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Your Privacy Statement Is A Sales Document

Many businesses report their GDPR-driven data privacy and protection efforts leading to more sales and better relationships with their customers. Others find their GDPR compliance has actually disabled

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Who is responsible for your own personal data?

Who Has Primary Responsibility For Your Personal Data?

Nowadays anyone processing your personal data is obliged to uphold your rights.  Yet who is actually responsible for protecting your privacy in the first place?  That’ll be you.

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Passports Are Personal Data Too

Poor old Arne Sorenson, CEO of Marriott, takes the stand in front of US Senators to explain what went wrong. The issue of collecting and storing passport data is raised.

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Privacy Compliance Tools – Doesn’t Mean You Comply With Anything

Just because you bought some online compliance tools, it doesn’t mean you actually comply with anything.  So it says in an article published on The Register website this week.

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Data Privacy On Trains – Part Two

When you are on a train, your voice can carry further than you think.  Time to be discreet and save your business conversation for later…

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silver surfers know about privacy

Data Privacy On Trains – Part One

Last week I took the train to London.  You might think the conversations aboard would be all about Brexit.  Not a bit of it.  What I heard was all about data privacy…

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fines for everyone

Roll Up! Roll Up! Fines For Everyone?

Last year we conducted a couple of surveys to find out more about what our target markets needed.  They needed a lot and still do.  Turns out, it’s not just us looking at your websites… ...

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First GDPR Then Brexit – One Year On, Same Problems

It was this time last year the real frenzy towards GDPR started.  Businesses suffered from some of the most appalling advice and confusion reigned.  It’s the same this year.

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just one victim

Just One Victim

As 2018 ended with stories of millions upon millions of victims of just one data breach, so 2019 starts with a story of a data breach involving just one victim.  Get used to this.  This is reality. ...

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How Will You View Data Privacy In 2019?

Do you view GDPR and new data privacy regulations as hampering or enabling your business for 2019?

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