Category: GDPR



Scrolling is Not Consent Under the GDPR

Scrolling is Not Consent Under the GDPR

As of May 2020, one GDPR rule is now crystal clear: A user scrolling through a page or passage does not constitute valid consent for purposes of the GDPR. Here's exactly...

The GDPR and Your Digital Marketing

The GDPR and Your Digital Marketing

Digital Marketing is all about harnessing the power of data, which is why it's one of the industries most affected by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Under the GDPR,...

The Purpose of Data Protection Authorities

The Purpose of Data Protection Authorities

The EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) created Data Protection Authorities (DPAs) to monitor the application of the regulation. This article will cover what DPAs are, what they do, what...

GDPR Processing Activities Examples

GDPR Processing Activities Examples

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is an EU law concerning data protection and privacy. The regulation enacted rules about processing data and defined what activities constitute data processing. Notably, the...

GDPR-Like Consent Under Canadian Privacy Laws

GDPR-Like Consent Under Canadian Privacy Laws

Canadian organizations come under both federal and provincial laws on data privacy, including the need to get "meaningful consent." In 2019, Canadian privacy commissioners issued new guidelines detailing principles for such...

Open-Source Projects and the GDPR

Open-Source Projects and the GDPR

Open-source projects have become the mainstay in the digital world. With almost every website developer, app, and travel review website including a forum or public coding, open-sourcing is now how...

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