Discussion in 'privacy general' started by Minimalist, Mar 24, 2017.
Facebook to hand privacy controls to users ahead of EU law
US Government in Whois GDPR Warning
New EU Privacy Law May Weaken Security
For those of you that are subject to the GDPR (we have customers in EU countries) what resources are you using to verify that you are compliant or to find out what you need to get that way? Is there a comprehensive checklist? Do you acquire the services of a consultant or attorney that specializes in it? The company I work for still has more questions than answers as far as what it needed to comply.
The 600+ Companies PayPal Shares Your Data With
Crypto Group Claims Blockchain Should be Exempt From EU Data Protection Rules
Well, good! I hope in these companies profound sense of head swaggering arrogance that the EU fines them $20,000,000 or 4 percent of their budget for each offense when they continue business as usual. I will for one laugh my *** off when it happens. I am only hoping the first violator is Facebook.
Seems like Malwarebytes may have to alter their default opt in because of this.
Well Malwarebytes have a just few weeks to comply.
ICANN Requests GDPR Exemption As It Develops Compliance Plans
Report: EU may slap new GDPR Fines on Old Data Breaches
Europe Tells ICANN Its GDPR Compliance Plans Need More Work
GDPR Too Close, Half of Global Companies Not Ready
How to handle the flood of GDPR privacy updates
Media Groups Accuse Google Of GDPR Power Grab
Time is running out, yet many US companies are not GDPR-ready
ICANN ‘To Deliver Temporary GDPR Plan’ As Deadline Looms
New Service Blocks EU Users So Companies Can Save Thousands on GDPR Compliance
May 5, 2018
Why the GDPR email deluge, and can I ignore it?
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