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Weekly News Recap – June 29 – July 5

 

Can evidence obtained in breach of GDPR be lawfully used as evidence?

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First-ever Multistate Data Breach Involving Medical Software Provider Results in Payment of $900,000 to 16 state AGs

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GDPR – The Limits and Costs of Regulation

The US print edition of the Financial Times yesterday published an Opinion piece by Eline Chivot, senior policy analyst for the Center of Data Innovation. The piece, titled “A reality check for GDPR: it is holding EU business back”, calls out the perhaps unintended consequences of regulation. Of course, anyone familiar with Milton Friedman would have anticipated the conclusion of the author…

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Direct debit cancellations fell to a record low when GDPR was introduced

Direct debit donation cancellations fell to a record low in the months surrounding the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation last year, the payment processing company Rapidata has found...

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Nine top GDPR tips for email marketing strategies

It’s been more than a year since GDPR came into force, but there are still a large number of questions and concerns about implementation. The legislation has fundamentally changed how companies use email as a marketing tool, with more than three-quarters of marketers in the US and Europe having said that GDPR has affected how they use third-party data to target people...

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