Details key points that brands need to know about GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) and explains how it provides an opportunity for brands to address key issues with digital marketing and build consumer trust.
Summarises the insights from a series of key papers addressing data protection and privacy and the regulations concerning the use of consumer data, particularly the impending EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and ePrivacy Regulation.
Adrian Newby, WARC Best Practice, March 2018
Provides publishers with essential information on how to prepare for the General Data Protection Regulation, which increases compliance obligations around the collection and processing of personal data.
Marie Stafford, WARC Best Practice, April 2017
This article explores the ever more important topic of data governance; a simple reading of the demands on data managers would reveal many pitfalls, but the author disagrees: a responsible approach to data can be a source of much-needed consumer trust.
It is almost exactly a year since the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force, but a new survey of consumers in six major markets has found just 8% feel they better understand how their data is used.
The issues surrounding ethical data collection and usage long predate GDPR and the marketing industry can take some useful lessons from the financial sector, according to a team at analytics firm Marketscience Truesight.
Almost a year on from the implementation of GDPR, marketers are generally confident about their compliance levels and there is evidence that increased consumer trust in brands has helped drive better customer engagement for email marketing.
The California Consumer Privacy Act, due to take effect in January next year, will trigger significant changes and review of existing relationships between businesses and their vendors and service providers.
The May issue of Admap puts the spotlight on data ethics. Taking inspiration from the EU’s General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) comes into effect in January 2020.
David Dixon, Sebastian Shapiro and Nicole Wolf, Admap, May 2019
The implications surrounding marketing and digital measurement in a post-GDPR world are just beginning to emerge and while GDPR only covers Internet users in the EU, its reach and implications stem far beyond.
The May issue of Admap puts the spotlight on data ethics . According to the Open Data Institute, data ethics is “a branch of ethics that evaluates data practices with the potential to adversely impact on people and society – in data collection, sharing and use”.
Gerard M. Stegmaier and Mark Quist, Admap, May 2019
The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA) will transform the legal compliance requirements for businesses that buy, sell, and use personal information throughout the global advertising ecosystem.
The General Data Privacy Regulation (GDPR), the rules that are shaping how marketers and publishers engage with digital consumers in the European Union, can offer useful guidelines for brand custodians as similar issues emerge in the US.
Marketers need to take a more proactive approach to engaging consumers around privacy, with simplified language and a clearer demonstration of the value exchange among the main priorities, according to a leading digital thinker.
Dan Calladine, WARC Exclusive, December 2018
Ten media and technology trends and their implications for brands, including contextual commerce, digital detox, expanding connectivity, design from data, smart out of home and experiential e-commerce.