Select Page

5 things marketers should know about data privacy in 2020

Data Privacy Day is today (January 28) and with legislation being implemented around the world and large platforms like Google phasing out cookies, marketers are scrambling to balance privacy requirements with customer expectations around not not data collection, but...

Media, tech and marketing industries must develop respectful interactions with consumers

Australia might be lagging on consumer data privacy legislation, but several local companies will still need to comply with global legislation, the latest of which is the rollout of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) on 1 January 2020.

Riot Games must give up pay information

Data privacy regulators in the US are opening legal proceedings within a broader probe into allegations of gender bias at American computer games developer, Riot Games. The California-based software company and e-sports tournament organiser is behind unforgettable...

Data breach fine for Singapore’s Grab app

Singapore-based tech firm, Grab, has received a $16,000 fine from the city-state’s government after a data breach that saw GrabCar customers’ information leaked through email marketing campaigns. The company offers an app that allows Singaporeans to read the news, pay...