Organisations Must Match Personal Digital Experiences with Strong Personal Data Privacy

Like many today I am hooked and delighted with digital experiences. Like many today I am horrified and totally fed up with digital experiences.

I guess that is the world we live in.  Yes, we are in a digital age, but an embryonic one, and because of that the potential that digital offers brings out the best in people and businesses and alas the worst in them.  These best examples of digital really do delight.

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GDPR and why the ‘G’ is for Gorilla

Anyone who has heard me talk about GDPR will know I don’t feel it’s particularly necessary to harp on about the coming apocalypse of financial super-sanctions. This is at least partly because we don’t know how severely the ICO will impose fines. Also, because too much FUD (‘fear, uncertainty and doubt’) is already being peddled around the potential fines by others. Typically you’ll find that I tend to focus on the operational (and technical) challenges that will come with the additional information governance obligations, enhanced data subject rights and the increased likelihood of civil actions by data subjects. Read more

GDPR Basics – Does it apply to your organisation?

In case you are time poor, the answer is almost certainly yes.  This blog will deliberately not reference any of the 99 Articles or 173 Recitals that make up the GDPR. It will not mention case law or the guidance issued by the ICO and Article 29 Working Party. It doesn’t have to. Read more

Creative design from the Northeast

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