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Gov.UK taskforce publishes post-Brexit wish-list: ‘TIGRR’ pounces on GDPR, metric measures

Let’s ‘free up data for innovation and in the public interest,’ says paper A UK government taskforce chaired by the architect of the disastrous £700m “one dole-to-rule-them-all” Universal Credit IT project, Sir Iain Duncan Smith MP, has published a wish list of regulatory proposals it wants to see adopted by a post-Brexit administration.…

Let’s ‘free up data for innovation and in the public interest,’ says paper A UK government taskforce chaired by the architect of the disastrous £700m “one dole-to-rule-them-all” Universal Credit IT project, Sir Iain Duncan Smith MP, has published a wish list of regulatory proposals it wants to see adopted by a post-Brexit administration.…
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Why marketers should care about consumer privacy

MarTech » Privacy » Why marketers should care about consumer privacy Why marketers should care about consumer privacy From GDPR, CPPA and ADPPA, here’s all the information marketers should know. Jacqueline Dooley on September 30, 2022 at 9:05 am | Reading time: 10 minutes The U.S. is on the cusp of implementing a new national…

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The Children’s Code: What we’ve learned one year on

The Age Appropriate Design Code (more commonly referred to as the Children’s Code) is a binding code of practice which sets out new principles for online services which are “likely to be accessed by children.” The principles build on the UK’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR…

The Age Appropriate Design Code (more commonly referred to as the Children’s Code) is a binding code of practice which sets out new principles for online services which are “likely to be accessed by children.”

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What does Europe’s approach to data privacy mean for GPT and DALL-E?

The global AI explosion has supercharged the need for a common sense, human-centered methodology for dealing with data privacy and ownership. Leading the way is Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), but there’s more than just personally identifiable information (PII) at stake in the modern market…

The global AI explosion has supercharged the need for a common sense, human-centered methodology for dealing with data privacy and ownership. Leading the way is Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), but there’s more than just personally identifiable information (PII) at stake in the modern market…
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Meta faces $402 million EU fine over Instagram’s privacy settings for children

Meta has been fined €405 million ($402 million) by the Irish Data Protection Commission for its handling of children’s privacy settings on Instagram, which violated Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). As Politico reports, it’s the second-largest fine to come out of Europe’s GDPR laws, and the third (and largest) fine levied against Meta by…

Meta has been fined €405 million ($402 million) by the Irish Data Protection Commission for its handling of children’s privacy settings on Instagram, which violated Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). As Politico reports, it’s the second-largest fine to come out of Europe’s GDPR laws, and the third (and largest) fine levied against Meta by the regulator.A spokesperson for the DPC confirmed the fine…
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