Do I Need SSL For GDPR?

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The new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) will come into force on May 25th, 2018 and if you make it through all 261 pages of the document, you’ll find the ICO hasn’t committed to an actual directive regarding encrypting data sent from a website’s web-form. ‘Encryption’ is mentioned 4 times in the document; …implement measures […]

Reactions To Google Being Fined Over Shopping Ad Abuse

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The news has spread: ‘Google Fined £2.1 Billion By The EU For Manipulating Search Results‘. And it is coming more and more apparent that a lot of people already knew what Google was doing, without having to read the case in too much detail… Click here to read on.

Google Fined £2.1 Billion By The EU For Manipulating Search Results

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It goes without saying – Google’s flagship product is the search engine. The multinational corporation is believed to turn entrepreneurs dollars into dreams by promoting their products through ‘search’. But are Google abusing their power by giving their own items an illegitimate advantage? The European Union (EU) has ultimately laid down the law to Google, […]


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Since existence, false information has polluted the web… Copyright as we all know is a complicated law to grasp. So inevitably, when i first came into contact with copyright I was exposed to a great deal of myths and misconceptions. Confessedly, despite my attempt to keep myself clear of entanglements, I (like many) still fell […]