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  • GDPR spotlight: Google and publishers still battling it out over GDPR

    With just a few days left before the institution of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) across the EU and potentially massive fines for companies who transgress it (up to €20 million or four per cent of annual turnover, whichever is greater), the publishing industry and Google are still at loggerheads as to how they will work together in the future.

    Published 14 May 2018 Features
  • GDPR spotlight: GDPR - a checklist for publishers

    The European Union’s new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that comes into effect on 25 May will redefine the online relationship between publishers and consumers. If companies have not already taken the steps outlined below, it might be too late but this checklist could be handy to see how compliant you already are.

    Published 14 May 2018 Insight News
  • Privacy, the EU and the future of publishers

    In a world where politicians are trying to regulate an environment they don’t understand, current European Union eprivacy regulations will not only deprive publishers of income but deteriorate the user experience for internet users, warned Oliver von Wersch, founder and CEO of Vonwerschpartner Digital Strategies in Germany during the recent Digital Innovators’ Summit in Berlin. 

    Published 13 April 2018 Features
  • The GDPR makes native advertising even more important

    The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) comes into effect in May 2018, and the new regulations will have implications for digital media since consumers need to be re-informed about what data is being collected on them. And, according to Rickard Lawson, head of publisher relations at Strossle, this might actually increase the importance of native advertising.

    Published 06 April 2018 Insight News
  • ePrivacy: A loss of more than 30 per cent in digital advertising sales for journalistic media

    The EU’s planned ePrivacy Regulation will have negative consequences for journalistic media in Germany and will further distort competition with big platform operators. This is the finding of a first survey on impacts which VDZ (the association of German magazine publishers) used to measure the relevance of the ePrivacy Regulation for business.

    Published 31 January 2018 Insight News
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