What’s Happening to EU Privacy Law? An FAQ

Modern Marketing

by Jesse Noyes | Tweet this Privacy law in the European Union was back in the headlines recently. That’s due to proposed changes to EU privacy protections that were released by The European Commission. A lot of people were likely scratching their heads, wondering how the proposed changes to EU privacy law would impact them and their business. Dennis tackled some of the most frequently asked questions about the proposed changes to EU privacy laws.

Email Deliverability Quarterly: Return Path Acquired, CCPA Update, Yahoo-AOL Merged, and More

Modern Marketing

More State Consumer Privacy Bills Brewing. Two Texas State Representatives recently proposed competing consumer privacy bills: the Texas Consumer Privacy Act and the Texas Privacy Protection Act.

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MWC 2016: Top 100 Influencers and Brands

Onalytica B2B

We saw a number of major announcements from top brands not just in the mobile sector, but in other areas as well including virtual reality, app ideas, 3D printing, privacy protection and backend solutions.

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Building Trust Requires Innovation

Customer Experience Matrix

The chapter headings suggest she ends up proposing blockchain as the ultimate solution. Color me skeptical on that scenario: Facebook will probably renege once public attention turns elsewhere and few consumers will stop using services they enjoy due to privacy considerations.

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These Days in Privacy – How new developments in privacy may affect online marketing


by Josh Aberant These are exciting times in privacy. The end of 2010 is proving to be a formative time for new privacy protections. We’ve seen three major new privacy proposals within the last month. Privacy is moving fast.

Advancing Data Privacy: A Collaborative Approach to Better Regulations 

Martech Advisor

can learn from current policies such as GDPR, CCPA and why all interested parties must have a seat at the table in order to establish a national standard for consumer privacy. Meanwhile, states like Vermont, Nevada, and Maine are actively implementing their own consumer privacy laws.

Many Free Android Apps Are Starting To Look A Lot Like Malware


While these legitimate apps aren’t stealing passwords, they’re still riding roughshod over user privacy by gratuitously sucking up your contact and location information — or worse. Mobile ad networks advertising Android apps developers mobile personal data privacy

FTC & its Do Not Track List: Themes and Terminology


by Josh Aberant In this privacy blog series , we’ve been reviewing the trends and changes happening in US privacy within online marketing and business. Released just over a month ago, this report is one of many indicators making clear that online privacy is changing in the US.

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8 of the Biggest Social Media Moments in 2019


Pivots to privacy made by Facebook, Instagram. Ahead of its annual F8 Developers Conference in April, Facebook unveiled what it calls “ A Privacy-Focused Vision for Social Networking.” Because “privacy gives us the freedom to be ourselves,” he says. million fine from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) shed light on the growing need to address children’s privacy on social media.