GDPR

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How to win business in Europe

C&IT speaking engagement for their US netwroking forum for event professionals...

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What's a DPO?

The Data Protection Officer (DPO) is a formally recognised job role in the GDPR but not all organistions need to appoint one...

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GDPR in Practice

By now, most of us working with GDPR on a day-to-day basis have discovered it’s not about the legal theory, it’s the practice!

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GDPR Day in Riga, Latvia

25.5.18 GDPR Day in Riga, Latvia

GDPR as a competitive advantage

iCompli heads to Cyprus to explain GDPR implications to marketers there.  GDPR isn't just for the UK or even Europe - its impact is global for those doing business and using data from here.

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iCompli and Merit Group advise on GDPR

We all know data is the ‘Life blood’ of data base marketing. So if your business is data, if subscribers are the life blood of your business, what does the new data protection regulation mean to you?

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New Direct Marketing Code of Practice: Challenges

Clause 79 of the UK Digital Economy Bill introduces a requirement for a statutory direct marketing code of practice. It's current wording makes it an amendment to the Data Protection Act 1998, but it will clearly have implications for compliance with GDPR.

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General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

‘GDPR Primer’ is the first in a series of in-depth posts from compliance experts iCompli designed to help you successfully navigate your way around the new global data protection law! Yes, it is global.

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Data protection breach: France bring forward increase in fines

It appears France have decided they cannot wait until the GDPR comes in to force in 2018 to impose fines of up to 4% of global revenue for a serious data protection breach.

Meet the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

The new EU-wide data protection laws have finally been agreed. In the UK we will now be saying goodbye to the Data Protection Act 1998 and 'welcoming' in the new EU Regulations (GDPR)