The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a law on data protection and privacy in the European Union. It came into force on May 25, 2018, in all European member states and is designed to harmonize data privacy laws across Europe. The GDPR aims to protect EU citizens’ data privacy and to reshape organizations’ approach to the collection of personal data.
The ePrivacy Regulation was supposed to come into effect together with the GDPR in 2018 but has been delayed multiple times in the European Parliament.
The Schrems II judgement is relevant to you as a data controller if you:
Transfer personal data out of the EU/EEA to countries that are not declared ‘secured third-party countries’ by the European Commission.
Google Consent Mode is integrated with a website’s Consent Management Platform to deliver data based on the consent choice of website visitors.
Here’s how to get Google Consent Mode for your business website.
The guidelines for obtaining valid consent in Denmark are quite strict and have recently been updated by the Danish Data Protection Authority.
In this post, we go in-depth with the guidelines for collecting valid consent to cookies in Denmark.
In this post, we go in-depth with the guidelines for collecting valid consent to cookies in France.
The purpose of the revised guidelines is to ensure that Italian website owners and businesses are given clear information on how to comply with the GDPR and the ePrivacy Directive (the “European cookie law”) when using cookies and other tracking technologies.