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Report: 90% of Visitors to EU domains grant GDPR Consent

A recent report published by consent management platform Quantcast Choice has revealed that, for European Union (EU) domains an average consent rate over 90 percent is being experienced. Around 81 percent of all users said yes to everything. The remaining 8 percent said yes to some things.

Source: Quantcast Report: 90% of Visitors to EU domains grant GDPR Consent – Compliance Junction

Why consumer messaging apps raise business data security fears?

Consumer apps such as WhatsApp are widely used by businesses as a free and easy method of mobile communication, but they have a downside – they aren’t fully secure and they aren’t GDPR compliant when used in the work place. In July 2018 WhatsApp was named by mobile device security company, Appthority , as one of the apps most often blacklisted by businesses.

Read article: The app trap: Why consumer messaging apps raise business data security fears

To keep or not to keep: data retention challenges and solutions

The GDPR does not specify exact data retention timescales, and the reason for this – when you stop to think about it – is obvious: the periods for which you can justifiably keep data are necessarily context-specific. But in practice it’s not so simple.

Read full article: To keep or not to keep: data retention challenges and solutions – Privacy, Security and Information Law Fieldfisher

GDPR court decisions still only a trickle: there might be a deluge yet

Court decisions relating to privacy since GDPR came into force have not exactly been pouring out. But some key decisions have been made. Right now, it feels like regulators are waging a phoney war – it won’t last. We have seen more than nothing, but is there anything to startle the world?

Read article: GDPR court decisions still only a trickle: there might be a deluge yet

More than 1,000 U.S. news sites are still unavailable in Europe since GDPR

Websites had two years to get ready for the GDPR. But rather than comply, about a third of the 100 largest U.S. newspapers have instead chosen to block European visitors to their sites. And even more than two months after the GDPR took effect, hundreds of U.S. news websites still are unavailable in Europe, frustrating many American tourists, business travelers, and ex-pats as well as Europeans interested in news from the States.

Source: More than 1,000 U.S. news sites are still unavailable in Europe, two months after GDPR took effect » Nieman Journalism Lab

5 Lessons Learned on Data Breach Management

The GDPR mandates controllers and processors to have technical and organizational measures in place to ensure an appropriate level of security for personal data. They should have the ability to detect, address and report data breaches in a timely manner. Many internal procedures were drafted in anticipation of the entry into force of the GDPR. Now, two months after GDPR Day, here are five lessons learned from data breach management, as, yes, numerous personal data breaches have occurred since then, of which authorities were notified, in pretty significant numbers and in a variety of sectors.

Read article: 5 Lessons Learned on Data Breach Management after 2 Months of GDPR: Friday Is Calling – Publications – Mayer Brown

CNIL goes after smaller firms on GDPR compliance

Google and Facebook may have bullseyes on their backs in Europe, but it’s two mid-sized French startups that received the first warning shots from the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – and that shouldn’t be surprising.

Source: Forget The Duopoly (For Now). It’s The Little Guys Taking Heat On GDPR | AdExchanger

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