GDPR, Article 17 & The Right to be Forgotten In the run up to the General Data Protection Regulation coming into force, a lot of time and resources were invested in securing opt-in consent from hundreds of thousands of individuals across Europe. Behind the scenes, these [...]
GDPR Market Research – Take a Look at the Businesses Getting it Right In the wake of GDPR legislation, finding a way to encourage people to share their personal data more widely is crucial to enabling the service breakthroughs everyone wants. But there’s a level of [...]
The positive potential of GDPR – sharing data for the good of public health If medical innovators can find a way to promote trusted data-sharing that patients have control over, a world of possibility will open for more proactive and effective healthcare using IoT, AI and [...]
Acceptable Use Policy An Acceptable Use Policy is a set of rules applied by service owners and platform administrators that restrict the ways in which the service or platform can be used, and sets guidelines as to how it should be used. Acceptable Use Policies are an integral part [...]
Red Zone Conversion Telling Statistic of Opening Rounds Arguably the most successful rugby club in Europe over the last couple of seasons has been Saracens, the double European champions have become the benchmark to which all other Premiership clubs aspire. Saracens are personified by their ‘wolfpack’ [...]
Practical guidance for developers to shape their GDPR strategy What final steps should system architects and developers take now to ensure they have all bases covered? Simon Crossley, director of engineering, plots a pragmatic path. Despite the huge volume of publicity there’s been around General Data Protection [...]
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