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A day in the life of... VP Global Privacy at a customer data platform

We've been featuring some privacy experts on the Econsultancy blog, in the wake of GDPR enforcement.

Today it's the turn of Andy Dale, General Counsel and VP Global Privacy for SessionM. Here he is giving us an insight into what his daily life looks like.

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The value & future of second-party data in the age of GDPR

You’ve heard of first- and third-party data, its much more famous siblings. But how much do you know about second-party data?

Second-party data is a much newer entrant to the marketing and advertising landscape than the first- and third-party varieties, and relatively little is known about it as a result.

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GDPR: Which websites are blocking visitors from the EU?

On the 25th May 2018, the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect.

Ripple effects from the new regulation were immediately felt across the internet – and not just in the form of a sudden dearth of unwanted emails arriving in people’s inboxes.

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How does the GDPR impact e-receipts?

If you’ve shopped in Schuh, Topshop, or Dorothy Perkins recently, you might recall being asked if you wanted an e-receipt at the point of purchase.

This means the option to have your receipt emailed to you instead of given in paper form. 

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Confusion, chaos in the GDPR's first week

The GDPR hasn't even been the law of the land in Europe for a full week and it is already causing confusion and chaos in parts of the digital economy.

Here are the headlines you need to know about as the impact of the GDPR starts being felt.

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GDPR Day 1: complaints filed against Google and Facebook

After months of anticipation and preparation, on Friday, the GDPR went into effect and privacy advocates, eager to put the law to the test, wasted no time challenging the practices of the internet's two biggest names.

Hours after the GDPR became the law of the land, a non-profit organization called None Of Your Business (NOYB) lodged complaints against Google and Facebook, including Facebook subsidiaries Instagram and WhatsApp, with four different European authorities.

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GDPR: The funniest tweets we’ve seen this month

The GDPR day of reckoning is upon us.

Two years (or six months, or two weeks, or ten seconds, depending on your level of preparation) of blood, sweat and tears have been leading up to this moment. 

However you’re feeling about GDPR, we can all agree on one thing: the internet-wide frenzy that the new regulation has plunged us into has resulted in some hilarious tweets. Here are eight of our favourites.

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The best GDPR stats & surveys we've seen

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock, you’ll know that GDPR comes into force this Friday 25th May.

You might have also noticed that we’ve been heavily covering it here on the blog, with articles ranging from the role of copywriters to brands displaying UX best practice. 

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Facebook's interest-based ad targeting highlights GDPR uncertainty

The GDPR is still a little over a week away from going into effect and already it's clear that there are going to be big disagreements over what compliance actually looks like.

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GDPR and email marketing: Everything’s gonna be all right

I’ve got great news for you, email marketers of the world! The GDPR doesn’t mean the end of life as you know it. The end is NOT nigh. 

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GDPR: What future for first, second and third-party data

The GDPR goes into effect in less than two weeks and while many companies are focused on executing their compliance strategies, it's not too early to start thinking about the future of data in a post-GDPR world.

Here are how first, second and third-party data will likely be affected by the game-changing regulation.

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Anorak will use Open Banking to sell life insurance

For years, upstart fintechs have aimed to create innovative experiences that deliver value to consumers, often at the expense of entrenched financial institutions. 

One of the ways they have accomplished this is by using a variety of techniques to retrieve their users' data from the financial institutions they bank with.

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