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Is GDPR recharging cookie notice popups?
the fact that not much thinking went into that. So instead of thinking “we need to do some
privacy  security  gdpr 
9 hours ago by tswaterman
Twitter warns direct messages were exposed - BBC News
Twitter has told an undisclosed number of users their private messages may have been leaked to third-parties for more than a year.

The software “bug”, which has since been fixed, involved direct messages between users and businesses that offer customer services via Twitter.
databreach  dataprotection  GDPR  twitter 
18 hours ago by corrickwales
Has GDPR changed marketing?
"GDPR is a wakeup call to marketing and beyond - and not just those with business ties to Europe. Barb Mosher Zinck muses on fresh data from the CMO Council and looks at where we go from here."
crm  and  customer  experience  data  privacy  digital  content  marketing  governing  identity  security  gdpr 
2 days ago by jonerp
www.teachprivacy.com
Four pages. Short, straightforward, basic, why do the training, who needs the training, what are the benefits of the training etc. US-centric.
printed  GDPR  training  guide  DanielSolove  introduction 
3 days ago by loughlin
Twitter
Agreed! This bolsters the already burgeoning need for experts. I expect we will see more…
GDPR  DSGVO  from twitter
4 days ago by jhill5
Twitter
RT : Are you a developer or designer interested in helping people use their rights? Come along to our hackday with…
GDPR  from twitter
4 days ago by kevinmarks
Twitter
To the extent that it's possible to a massive, this is a question to my GDPR massive, & fans of the u…
OMGDPR  GDPR  from twitter
4 days ago by mrchrisadams
Twitter
Boom! Chilling effect of legalese. Following a breaking news story as you might, blocked.
GDPRblocked  GDPR  from twitter
5 days ago by kexrex
First UK enforcement action under GDPR and the new Data
The action in question was an Enforcement Notice of the Information Commissioner, served under section 149 of DPA18, on AggregateIQ Data Services Ltd ("AIQ") requiring it to:

'cease processing any personal data of UK or EU citizens obtained from UK political organisations or otherwise for the purposes of data analytics, political campaigning or any other advertising purposes'     
facebook  ICO  GDPR  enforcement  brexit  democracy  politics  marketing  cambridgeanalytica 
5 days ago by corrickwales
EUROPE: European consumers organisations launching collective GDPR actions - Lexology
DLA Piper
In the aftermath of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, four European Consumers Organisations launched on 30 May 2018 to coordinate collective actions against Facebook in Belgium (Test-Aankoop/Test-Achats), Italy (Altroconsumo), Spain (OCU) and Portugal (Deco-Proteste). The Consumers Organisations argue that Facebook has infringed both Data Protection and Consumer Rights legislations. The collective action is part of a wider campaign launched by several Consumers Organisations, members of Consumers International. The campaign, titled “My Data is Mine” (http://www.mydataismine.com/) includes a manifest calling for a change of paradigm, with “consumers as crucial catalysts of a more sustainable and responsible digital value chain to make the data economy flourish“.

Details as to the precise legal grounds on which the collective actions are based are still scarce. However, the bottom line of the Consumer Organisations’ position is that the Cambridge Analytica case is just one example of an economic model based on sharing and use of data without users being properly informed or having given their explicit consent for this purpose in breach of EU Data protection legislation. Moreover, the collective action also acts concerns Facebook’s allegedly unfair contract terms and unfair commercial practices.
GDPR  facebook  platforms  CambridgeAnalytica  from twitter_favs
5 days ago by loughlin
Twitter
I can't read this story, because , but the picture of some lock-ups sort of makes me want to...
GDPR  from twitter
5 days ago by bowbrick

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