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Digital consent regulation is coming. Are you ready?

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Is there a right way for enterprises to ask their customers for private data? Regulators think so. In many regions, they are mandating new consent guidelines. Rimma Perelmuter, CEO of MEF, offers a summary…

Next year, the laws around data privacy in the EU will change. The General Data Protection Regulation is coming, and it will mandate new practices around the way companies active in the European Economic Area (EEA) collect, store and share customer data.

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Key takeaways from MEF’s guide to digital consent in the personal data economy

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Clear informed consent is the key to ensuring consumers trust every digital transaction. It’s a critical issue – which is why MEF’s Global Consumer Trust Working Group has examined the issues in order to develop a free whitepaper on the subject. Here, we present some of the highlights.

In 2010, 7,500 people sold their souls to the UK retailer, GameStation. These unwitting customers had bought from the store and missed the “immortal soul clause” buried in the site’s terms and conditions. Thankfully, this was an April Fool’s joke and GameStation returned its harvested souls back to their rightful owners.

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