According to DLA Piper‘s latest GDPR Data Breach Survey, data protection regulators have imposed €114 million (approximately $126 million or £97 million) in fines under the GDPR regime for a wide range of... more
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A new academic study by GroundAI into online consent management platforms has concluded many of them are ignoring the EU’s GDPR rules. The study was conducted by a consortium of... more
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As consumers become more aware of their personal data, its value and how it is used it has become a key concern. The latest APEX report reveals the key marketing challenges... more
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Open banking is an evolving trend in many jurisdictions and authorities have responded by taking a broad range of actions in recent years. In its recent, the Basel Committee on... more
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The dynamic payments industry continues to expand and evolve, with digital payment vehicles and transaction volumes growing across the globe. Over the past year, industry incumbents have been responding to... more
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