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Posts tagged with Safe Harbor

2015 was the year of cyber attacks & privacy debates. What will 2016 bring?

If 2014 was the year of the data breach – as I predicted two years ago – then 2015 was the year that privacy and security simultaneously became both a kitchen table issue and a national policy issue.

In the US and EU we’ve seen breathtaking events that impact both.


Safe Harbor 2.0? An update on EU Privacy Law

This is a unique moment in the privacy and data protection world.

On October 6 the European Court of Justice – the highest court in the EU – judicially invalidated our most popular data transfer mechanism, the US Safe Harbor Program that allowed organisations to transfer personal data from the EU to US companies.


The end of the Safe Harbor Agreement: What next for digital marketing?

Businesses are reeling this week from the news that the European courts have ruled that data transfers to the US via the 'Safe Harbor' agreement are no longer valid.

For digital marketers this news could spell trouble, with across-the-pond data movement being part of the modern digital landscape.

So is this the end of digital marketing as we know it, or just a storm in a tea cup?  


Viacom has 'smoking gun' evidence in YouTube lawsuit: report

According to Google CEO Eric Schmidt, Google willingly paid a $1bn premium to acquire YouTube back in 2006. And if Viacom has its way, he'll soon be paying another $1bn 'premium'.

In the search giant's legal battle with the media giant over copyright infringement, Viacom has fired a potentially devastating salvo: it claims it has evidence that YouTube employees were uploading copyrighted content without authorization.