What Is a Consent Management Platform?

Create Better Customer Experiences With Simple, Cost-Effective Solutions That Satisfy Data Privacy Regulations

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What is the CNIL?

Under the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights, all member states were required to create a data protection authority. These agencies are tasked with protecting the rights of EU citizens' data in the member state. The French Data Protection Authority in France is the CNIL.

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What is the AEPD?

Across the world, businesses and individuals are now commonly aware of the GDPR. That is a legislative framework governing the collection and use of EU citizen personal data. What’s often less appreciated is the role individual member states play in data protection.

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What is PDPA - Singapore’s Personal Data Protection Act?

As the internet has become increasingly globalized, national authorities have taken steps to protect citizens' personal data. That comes after numerous major data breaches from transnational corporations, in addition to the secretive collection of personal data without regulatory oversight. In Singapore, the law on data protection is the PDPA.

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What is LGPD - Brazil’s General Data Protection Law ?

The LGPD is the Brazilian General Data Protection Law (Lei Geral de Proteção de Dados Pessoais). It was passed into law by the National Congress of Brazil on 14 August 2018 and came into effect in September 2020.

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What is CCPA? (And How to Become Compliant)

While most people working in data protection have heard of the GDPR, the CCPA receives much less attention. Passed by the California State Legislature, the CCPA attempts to give consumers more control over their personal data.

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Brexit and the GDPR: What You Need to Know?

When the GDPR came into full effect in May 2018, the United Kingdom (UK) was still a member state of the EU. Though negotiations for the UK's exit from the EU (Brexit) had been ongoing since the referendum in 2016, the UK remained obligated to comply with the GDPR.

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Does the GDPR Apply to Companies Outside of the EU?

Does the GDPR Apply to Companies Outside of the EU?

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What Does the GDPR Mean for Business and Consumer Technology Users?

If you’re a business handling personal data, you’ll know: GDPR has changed everything. No longer can organizations freely collect data on people around the world. Now, no matter the organization location, they’re still expected to treat EU citizen personal data in accordance with the GDPR

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What is Considered Personal Data Under the GDPR?

GDPR is the farthest-reaching data protection legislation in the world. It governs the collection, storage, and destruction of personal data for all citizens of the EU. Nor are organizations located geographically outside the EU exempt. This overarching regulation covers any personal data from EU citizens.

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