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CNIL’s first assessment of breaches since the GDPR

The French Data Protection Authority CNIL reports (in french) that in the first four months of...

Why is compliance with privacy laws good for your business?

When business owners look at the privacy laws being promulgated all over the world, they wonder:...

The Google+ data breach: From “Don’t be evil” to “Shhh… Don’t tell anyone”

Whatever happened to our darling Google? The company that once had the motto “Don’t be evil”...

GDPR365 to introduce multiple languages

GDPR365’s popularity has generated widespread interest along with calls for languages other than...

Apple coming to data privacy party

As of 3 October, Apple’s App Store will demand explicit privacy policies from app developers...

GDPR enforcement begins – fines from the ICO and CNIL

So it’s begun. The GDPR has been in effect for more than a month. While that’s not really enough...

How the European Data Protection Board will help the GDPR

It’s been about a month since the GDPR came into effect and time to start considering what our...

Reselling GDPR compliance services as a software (SAAS)

The GDPR is already in play and with the new regulation comes an opportunity for you to build a...

When a DPIA is necessary – the Irish perspective

Under the GDPR each supervisory authority has to prepare and submit to the European Data...

It’s begun. The first GDPR complaints.

So it didn’t take long for Max Schrems to use the GDPR to file his first complaint. For those...

ICO provides guidance and awareness resources as deadline looms

With the GDPR and the UK data protection law coming into effect in less than 10 days I thought it...