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GDPR: Profiling And The Mobile Ecosystem

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The GDPR special edition of MEF’s eBulletin series, supported by CLX Communications, highlights the perspectives of the diverse MEF membership and experts on their path to preparing for GDPR compliance.

Personal profiling has long-since been the bedrock of how data is used in the digital economy. It can, divulge a users location, help track usage patterns across devices or set up recommendations for online shopping. GDPR in many ways is rock, paper and scissors to the business of profiling. Here GDPR analyst and author of “Applying the GDPR. Privacy Rules for the Data Economy” Chiara Rustici, discusses profiling and the importance of compliance.

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Member Insights: Processing And Monetising Personal Data Post GDPR

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The GDPR special edition of MEF’s eBulletin series, supported by CLX Communications, highlights the perspectives of the diverse MEF membership and experts on their path to preparing for GDPR compliance and the bigger journey ahead in ensuring that GDPR supports the innovation and growth of a connected and trusted data driven world.

Here representatives from different ends of the mobile ecosystem share their unique experiences with GDPR preparations – hear how Telecoming, Digi.Me, Zeotap and Trunomi describe the impact of the regulation on their business and how they see the industry evolving in a post-GDPR world.

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Permission in an era of privacy and consent

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The recently published GDPR special edition of MEF’s eBulletin series, supported by CLX Communications, highlights the perspectives of the diverse MEF membership and experts on their path to preparing for GDPR compliance.

From data accuracy to consent and repermissioning, Jim Conning, Managing Director of Royal Mail Data Services, here highlights five key enterprise challenges of the General Data Protection Regulation.

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Delivering GDPR into Orange Group

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The GDPR special edition of MEF’s eBulletin series, supported by CLX Communications, highlights the perspectives of the diverse MEF membership and experts on their path to preparing for GDPR compliance.

Here, Fabien Venries, Head Of Privacy & Marketing Stream – Data Strategy & Governance At Orange discusses the daunting challenge of meeting the obligations of GDPR for a complex organisation the size of Orange group, as well as the cultural changes necessary to successfully implement the new regulation. Download the eBulletin for more unique articles and insights now.

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MEF GDPR eBulletin – Expert views & Insights

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The GDPR special edition of MEF’s eBulletin series, supported by CLX Communications, highlights the perspectives of the diverse MEF membership and experts on their path to preparing for GDPR compliance and the bigger journey ahead in ensuring that GDPR supports the innovation and growth of a connected and trusted data driven world.

Here is a taste of the kind of insights inside – Download the eBulletin for free now.

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10 take-ways from MEF Connects Digital – can PSD2 get authentication right?

By | Featured Post, MEF Connects Digital, Regulation

Can the PSD2 really deliver an explosion of fintech innovation? Possibly. But only if consumers trust the exciting new services. That puts authentication at the heart of the legislation. Last week’s MEF Connects Digital webinar took a closer look at the topic.
The Payment Services Directive 2 is here. And four communities are very excited about it.

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PSD2 is here – are you ready?

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Following the launch of MEF guidelines on the Payment Services Directive (PSD2) and ahead of the new regulation coming into effect this Saturday the 13th January, CLX Communications’ Rob Malcolm outlines the key things you need to know about PSD2, what it hopes to achieve and what affect it is likely to have on those in the Messaging and Cloud Communications industry.

First, let’s qualify exactly who PSD2 will affect. As stated in the MEF guidelines, PSD2 covers all relevant stakeholders of the mobile payment ecosystem, including banks, payment processors, vendors, service providers, enterprise messaging providers and MNOs. So, it’s fair to say that it will be essential for those in our industry to pay attention.

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MEF’s PSD2 Guidelines 2017: Impact on the mobile ecosystem

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MEF’s PSD2 Guidelines are designed to give help all relevant stakeholders of the mobile payment ecosystem, including banks, payment processors, vendors, service providers and MNOs.
The guidelines were originally published in late 2015, when the Payment Services Directive (PSD2) was coming into force in January 2016.

With the deadline of 13th January 2018 looming for all member states to implement the regulation, the guidelines have been fully updated by MEF member Preiskel & Co and supported by CLX Communications, founding members of the Future of Messaging Programme, to provide a fully comprehensive update on this key regulation impacting the mobile ecosystem.

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Consumer Trust, regulation and the mobile opportunity

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MEF CEO Rimma Perelmuter explores the consumer trust regulatory paradigm in this excerpt from a guest chapter of The Global Legal Group (GLG) ‘s latest lnternational Comparative Legal Guide to Telecoms, Media & Internet Laws & Regulations in association with MEF. The whole guide is available to download now.

Fifteen years ago, mobile content and services extended to simple Java games and ringtones or as text-to-vote platforms that encouraged viewers to interact with their favourite reality TV shows. Very little, apart from the mobile number, was tracked or known about the consumers that used them.

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