Results for privacy
  • DMA Concerned By Third-Party Data Rules In New ePrivacy Regulation
    The DMA is extremely concerned that the ePrivacy Regulation, although an improvement ...
  • Information Commissioner Says GDPR Is 'A Game Changer For Everyone'
    UK Information Commissioner spoke in London last night about how GDPR "provides ...
  • ICO Blog Directs Marketers To New GDPR Guidance
    "There's something about the arrival of 2017 that makes the implementation of ...
  • Consent Means Consent And Brexit Means Brexit -- A Big EU Day, But Little Changed
    Yesterday was a huge day in Europe as businesses found that Brexit ...
  • Mississippi Attorney General Sues Google Over Student Privacy
    Jim Hood, who previously battled Google over piracy allegations, is now suing ...
  • Email Marketing Is Ahead Of The Curve On EU Rules Bringing Panic To Adland
    Adland is clearly concerned by the direction EU policymakers are taking, but ...
  • Adland Tells The EU Straight -- Leave Us Alone Or Your Economies Will Suffer
    The ad industry has shifted from a plea for self-regulation to a ...
  • EU Not Satisfied With US Answers On Yahoo Email Screening
    The United States has not satisfied concerns about Yahoo's scanning of all ...
  • FTC Chair Edith Ramirez To Step Down In February
    Edith Ramirez will leave the FTC next month, nearly four years after ...
  • Email Privacy Act Reintroduced In Congress
    Legislation requiring government agencies to obtain a warrant before accessing someone's email ...
  • DMA Welcomes EU Move Away From 'Draconian' Opt-In B2B Email
    The Commission's final text has moved away from its previous draconian position ...
  • Twitter, Yelp And Other App Developers Settle Battle Over Address Book Uploads
    Eight app developers have agreed to resolve a class-action complaint alleging that ...
  • Did Email Marketing Just Catch A Massive EU Break? DMA Certainly Thinks So
    The latest ePrivacy wording is giving b2b email marketers cause to rejoice, ...
  • Banning The Blockers To Be Legalised -- EU Gives Green Light To Brave Publishers
    The proposed ePrivacy Directive will legalise ad blocking but also ad block ...
  • EU Considers New Privacy Rules For Messaging Services