Facebook Custom Audiences is a valuable tool for many online marketers, but the dirty little secret is the difficulty in making it compliant with the GDPR and ePrivacy rules. I explain the issues and how to overcome them.
I explore some real world examples of the good, bad and ugly implementations of cookie consent. Planet 49 unsplash-logoIgor Miske
I often describe Data Protection Authorities (aka “Supervisory Authorities”, “Regulators”) as the referees of the Data Protection rulebook. They don’t make the rules but they do enforce them. Add they also have to live...
Introduction to integrating Facebook and gaining consent.
An introduction to cookie consent requirements and the laws that define them.
Exodus Proactive Android app scanning https://reports.exodus-privacy.eu.org/en/search/
A growing list of useful links to Facebook’s privacy related technical components and SDKs.
The CNIL’s enforcement action on Vectaury and what it means for the rest of us.
By definition, the GDPR is focused on the protection of data. But the term “privacy” gets mentioned a lot, and so does anonymity, so are these the same thing? And what about “security”? Which term should we use for what?
The eMarketing rules under the GDPR and the various options you have for getting compliant.