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Latest GDPR publications


Facebook under criminal investigation for illegal data-sharing

The social network is accused of sharing private data with around 150 companies Facebook is under criminal investigation in the US over the alleged sharing of user data with some of the world’s biggest tech firms, a report has claimed. At least two manufacturers of smartphones and other devices have been asked to submit records… Read More


Relax regulation or forget your data centre, Facebook told Canada gov’t

Facebook sought assurances from the Canadian government that it would not seek jurisdiction over non-Canadian data if the company went ahead with data centre A series of leaked documents have revealed that Facebook threatened to pull investment from a data centre in Canada if the Canadian government failed to temper regulation regarding Facebook’s non-Canadian data…. Read More


Why are data centres holding on to useless storage?

Organisations are cluttering up their data centres with piles of outdated IT storage, despite it putting them at risk of security breaches and compliance violations, according to new research Organisations can’t wait to get their hands on the latest tech, but they — like the rest of humanity — have a developed a worrying habit… Read More


Gboyega Ayoade on his role as a GDPR project manager

Gboyega Ayoade chatted to us at the Techerati launch party about his role as a GDPR project manager for Philip Morris International, and the way in which organisations can get ready for the regulations. He also discussed how networking events can make all the difference in achieving your goals.


Christoan Smit on GDPR and how networking helps

Christoan Smit spoke at the Techerati launch party about his experience at the UK’s biggest B2B technology event, and how having conversations and networking helps with topics like GDPR.