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The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect on May 25, 2018. It means that there’s not too much time left for you to prepare for the new EU law. And chances are high that you should start doing so, even if you’re located outside the EU.
That’s because GDPR will impact not only EU-based entities, but virtually every organization dealing with individuals (a.k.a. data subjects) within the European Union–both data controllers (e.g. companies) and data processors (e.g. cloud-software vendors).
So, if you want to avoid heavy fines (in some cases as high as 4% of your company’s yearly turnover or 20 mln euro, whichever is higher), you should definitely rethink the way you collect, store and use customer and visitor data. That will also include your web analytics data.
We’re aware that the whole topic may seem overly complex or even troublesome. That’s why we decided to help you wrap your head around the most important rules of GDPR, and give you some guidance on technical aspects of complying with the new data privacy regulation.
For that reason we created webinar called Web Analytics vs. GDPR.
- Why you need Data Protection Officer in your organization.
- What the Right to be Forgotten is and how to provide it.
- How the rules for consent will change under new privacy regulations.
- How to make sure that your clients can freely exercise Data Subject Rights.
- …and much more!
We value your time, so we decided to record our webinar and give you a chance to watch it anytime you want. All you have to do is click this box:
Web Analytics vs. GDPR
Will New Privacy Regulations Impact Digital Marketers?
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Some additional reading:
We thought that you may also be interested in other relevant content concerning GDPR. That’s why we’ve put together a list of helpful publications from our blog. We hope they’ll shed some more light on the most important aspects of the new regulation. Here they are:
How Will GDPR Affect Your Web Analytics Tracking?Read the post
In this article we show you what exactly should change in your web analytics tracking when the new legislation comes into effect. We talk about cookie boxes, new privacy policies, and how GDPR defines “consent” (there’s a huge change, comparing to the previous laws)!
Current state of the ePrivacy Regulation as it enters the home stretchRead the post
We have to remember that GDPR is a high-level framework and there is also more detailed legislation set to come into effect along with GDPR. We mean the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulation – known as ePrivacy Regulation. In this blog post you’ll learn what the current state of it is and what it will mean for your organization.
GDPR in Banking – How to be Sure Your Web Analytics Complies With the New LawRead the post
Although this blog post is addressed to the banking sector, we believe that it will serve as a great reading for almost everyone interested in more technical aspects of GDPR. We cover such topics as collecting, revoking and reviewing subject consents; processing data subject rights or minimizing your data collection. We hope it’ll prove useful for you!
(Infographic) How to Collect and Process Data Under GDPR?Read the post
This clear and informative infographic tells you how to safely collect and analyze data while respecting user rights (data subject rights in GDPR-speak) and guide you through the whole data processing flow.
(Infographic) GDPR Data Subject Rights – What You Need to KnowRead the post
With this infographic you’ll get to know the most important rights of data subjects as well as the list of responsibilities of data processors and data controllers.