In the past few weeks as companies roll out their final GDPR preparations in advance of enforcement penalties, a tremendous amount of misinformation is being circulated. We’ve seen people referencing GDPR as applying to only EU citizens (incorrect, all people within the physical boundaries of the EU), and many other misconceptions. Here are some consolidated resources to help you navigate GDPR.
Next, check out this short “Little Bee Book” guide to GDPR from IBM (PDF download).*
For companies and their specific GDPR implementations, here are a handful of companies we all do business with regularly and their GDPR announcements:
- Facebook GDPR
- Google GDPR
- IBM GDPR
- Microsoft GDPR (also governs LinkedIn)
- Apple Governance and GDPR
- Amazon GDPR
Disclaimer: Neither Trust Insights nor its principals are lawyers, and the following does not constitute legal advice. Consult a qualified legal resource for questions about compliance with international laws and regulations.
Watch these short videos by Trust Insights co-founder Christopher Penn on GDPR 101 for Marketers:
And on Google Analytics and GDPR features:
Got questions about GDPR? Consult an actual lawyer. GDPR is a legal regulation and to make the most informed decisions, we strongly encourage consulting your legal and compliance counsel.
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* Disclosure: Trust Insights is a registered IBM Business Partner, and receives financial remuneration from IBM for any partnership agreements we enter into.
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