GDPR

Apple CEO Tim Cook Calls for GDPR-Style Privacy Laws in the U.S.

He said he believes personal data is being 'weaponized.'

Rachel England

Rather Than Complaining About Privacy Laws, This Data Aggregator Sees Them as an Opportunity

Innoplexus is working on solutions in response to GDPR and other data privacy restrictions.

BizCast

We Need an Internet Bill of Rights

We cannot preserve the good things about the internet if all the bad things are left unchecked.

Personalization and Privacy in a GDPR World

Consumers are increasingly concerned about data privacy but willingly share their data with companies that have earned their trust.

Karl Wirth

Internet Users Worry About Online Privacy but Feel Powerless to Do Much About It

Consumers do enjoy the convenience of the apps they use but are individually overwhelmed when it comes to defending their privacy.

Brian Byer

Here's Why Your Inbox Is Filled With Privacy Policy Emails

Companies around the world have been scrambling to make sure they comply with new laws about what they're allowed to do with user data.

Lydia Belanger

Apple Will Let All Users Download Their Collected Personal Data

European users can do it right now thanks to GDPR.

The Very Strong Business Case for Complying With the World's Toughest Data Protection Regulation

The EU's General Data Protection Rule is likely to become the gold standard consumers watch for when deciding whom to trust with their data.

The EU's GDPR: 6 Things Online Business Owners and Marketers Can Do to Prepare

Did you know, for example, that cold-emailing, under GDPR, is effectively dead?

Thomas Smale