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SEMrush study: searches for GDPR increase 700% in run up to implementation date

As the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force this week, searches on the subject increased by 700% globally in the last year. Around the world, Google searches for GDPR increased from 250,000 to more than 2 million, according to new data from online marketing platform, SEMrush.

25/05/2018  |  Full story...

Only 2% of UK Consumers consider GDPR to be NOT Important

Following Mark Zuckerberg’s meeting with the EU Parliament and GDPR coming into force, new research shows that consumers across the UK overwhelmingly describe GDPR as being extremely or very important to them in relation to their digital lives (76%), and just 2% think it has no importance.

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24/05/2018  |  Full story...

AgeChecked teams up with Blockchain platform for age verification

AgeChecked, a solution provider for online retailers of age-restricted goods and services, has partnered up with Blockpass, a blockchain-based identity application, to offer users age verification certificates that enable them to prove their age when interacting or accessing services online.

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23/05/2018  |  Full story...

Online news trend: Quality journalism is winning the war on attention

There is a growing ‘premium' effect that is boosting the performance of ad campaigns when viewed within a high quality, trusted editorial environment, according to new research.

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22/05/2018  |  Full story...

81% of UK marketers feel ready for GDPR (but employers may not be)

GDPR awareness is at its highest level since 2016 and 81% of marketers feel prepared, but 7% say their employers still have no plan in place, according to new research.

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21/05/2018  |  Full story...

85% of firms struggle to comply with GDPR by deadline

With GDPR coming into effect in just over a week from today, 85% of firms in Europe and the United States will not be ready on time, according to new research.

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18/05/2018  |  Full story...

GDPR: US start-ups better prepared than European counterparts

With less than 10 working days to go to GDPR D-Day, small businesses are feeling the pressure most, according to new research.

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17/05/2018  |  Full story...

Snapchat lets people opt out of advertising categories

Snapchat has announced greater data privacy controls for its users in the run-up to next week’s GDPR deadline, including the ability to opt out of targeted advertising.

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16/05/2018  |  Full story...

Brits ‘will punish firms that fail to safeguard data’ (and reward those that do)

Consumers have little trust in organisations to safeguard their personal data, with almost two in five (39 percent) saying they believe most businesses don’t know how to protect their data, according to new research.

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16/05/2018  |  Full story...

Online news trends: Consumers seek trusted titles in ‘post-truth’ world

Over the last year social media has taken a battering with fake news, data scandals and brand safety concerns causing many to question social platforms.

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16/05/2018  |  Full story...

Talking to customers about their data is the key to GDPR

Consumer awareness of upcoming new data laws directly increases comfort in data sharing, according to new research.

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14/05/2018  |  Full story...

Talking to customers about their data is the key to GDPR

Consumer awareness of upcoming new data laws directly increases comfort in data sharing, according to new research.

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14/05/2018  |  Full story...

Apple ‘banning apps that share people’s location data’- report

Apple has been removing App Store apps that violate the company’s policies by sharing location data with third parties without consent, ahead of the new GDPR privacy rules, according to a new report.

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10/05/2018  |  Full story...

Toothbrush sharing ‘more acceptable than unsolicited calls from brands’

Consumers would rather share their toothbrush with their partner than receive an unsolicited phone call from a brand, according to new research.

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09/05/2018  |  Full story...

Shutterstock uses AI to help people avoid image copyright issues

Shutterstock is making it easier for people to avoid using copyrighted images on Google Image Search with a new AI powered Chrome extension.

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09/05/2018  |  Full story...

Programmatic ad trends: Major news brands adopt new standards

In a bid to improve online publishing standards and advertising practices, a number of major news brands in the UK have adopted new best practice guidelines set by the AOP and JICWEBS.

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04/05/2018  |  Full story...

GDPR: UK consumers to target businesses with onslaught of data privacy requests

Two in five (40 per cent) of UK consumers are already planning to request personal information within six months of GDPR coming into force.

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04/05/2018  |  Full story...

Cambridge Analytica shuts down over data scandal (but enquiry continues)

Cambridge Analytica, the firm at the centre of the Facebook data breach is shutting down, but has been told it "cannot be allowed to delete their data history by closing".

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04/05/2018  |  Full story...

Nearly half of UK businesses expect to be fined for GDPR non-compliance

Nearly half (45%) of UK businesses have put money aside to cover possible fines for not being GDPR compliant by May 25th, according to new research.

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02/05/2018  |  Full story...

Advertising industry urged to improve creativity and standardised measurement

While consumer attitudes towards advertising have stayed consistent over the last year, there remains an opportunity for marketers to improve creativity and holistic cross-platform measurement, according to new research.

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02/05/2018  |  Full story...

Facebook on trial: “we made mistakes” on Brexit and Trump campaigns

Mark Zuckerberg refused to face British lawmakers this week, nominating his CTO as the company tries to distance its founder from the toxicity of fresh political scandals. Here’s what we now know…

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27/04/2018  |  Full story...

Facebook profit hits all-time high despite data scandal

Facebook has announced that its Q1 revenue grew by 49% to $12bn with profit up 65%, but analysts will have to wait to see whether the recent data scandal and #DeleteFacebook campaign will dent second quarter profits.

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26/04/2018  |  Full story...

Many businesses and charities ‘suffered at least one cyber attack last year’

With one month to go until new data protection laws come into force, UK businesses are being urged to protect themselves against cyber crime after new statistics show over four in ten (43%) of businesses and two in ten charities (19%) suffered a cyber breach or attack in the past 12 months.

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26/04/2018  |  Full story...

WhatsApp raises minumum age limit to 16 in the EU

WhatsApp is banning under-16s from using its platform in the European Union, as the Facebook-owned messaging service looks to comply with upcoming new data privacy rules.

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25/04/2018  |  Full story...

GDPR awareness gap drops sharply among marketers as deadline nears

Marketers at major multinationals have a significantly greater awareness of the GDPR with one month to go until the EU’s deadline for compliance, but half of marketers are not regarded as fully aware of the implications for future campaigns, according to new research.

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25/04/2018  |  Full story...

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