Month: May 2018

GDPR: Does It Affect All Bloggers?

The GDPR affects all bloggers that collect data. That is the short answer. In principle, that is quite a straightforward statement. But when it comes to the application of the principle to blogs, there are quite a few pressing concerns and persistent gaps in understanding of the GDPR. There are diverse interpretations that exist also …

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5 Ways How GDPR Will Protect You Online

Given the recent developments over the massive misuse of online data, it was only natural for citizens to feel concerned and be even anxious over the control of their data by businesses. The opt- out system for example – part of the mechanisms that were employed for data collection – was an automatically driven process …

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5 Things You Need to Make Your WordPress Blog GDPR Compliant

The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is round the corner and it is one strict piece of legislation. Non-compliance will invite a fine of up to £20 million or 4 percent of the turnover (whichever is greater), and for any small to medium enterprise that is a lot of money to lose. In such a …

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5 Important Things You Must Know About Google’s ‘Mobile First’ Requirement

By now, we all know about Google’s ‘Mobile-First’ move. Before getting into the nitty-gritty as to what exactly this new idea is, let’s first have a short discussion on this interesting term ‘Mobile-First’ – quite a relatable terminology, right! We literally are preferring our mobiles first in any given situation. Before we go to take …

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5 Things You Need To Do To Make Your WordPress Site GDPR Compliant

Starting May 25, 2018 the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) will come into force and will require all concerned organisations to meet its requirements or face serious action. According to the GDPR, all organisations that collect data of EU citizens, irrespective of whether they are located in the EU or not, are required to observe …

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