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New ePrivacy Rules will Transform Consent — But How?

Some time ago the European Commission published draft of so called ePrivacy Regulation. They acknowledged that cookie consent requirements required by ePrivacy directive went wrong and created “consent fatigue”. Promise of new Regulation was to fix that. But have they?

Source: New ePrivacy Rules will Transform Consent — But How?

Integrating transparency into your day-to-day operations to be GDPR ready

New EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requires controllers to provide much more information to data subject that existing EU data protection framework. Old fashioned lengthy “one-off” privacy policy will not work anymore. So this article provides opinion and recommendation on best ways to cope with GDPR requirements.

Source: Integrating transparency into your day-to-day operations to be GDPR ready

Pokemon Go Defeats Lawsuit Over Privacy Policy

A judge has dismissed a consumer’s complaint alleging that the developer of Pokemon Go violated Florida’s consumer protection law. Complaint stated that Pokemon Go collected too many data of users thus engaging in deceptive and unfair trade practices prohibited by consumer protection law.

Source: Pokemon Go Defeats Lawsuit Over Privacy Policy

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