One month after May’s deadline, the GDPR Summit London comes to 155 Bishopsgate on 25thJune to provide an overview of the GDPR story journey so far, and to offer industry-leading insight on how businesses can continue to grow compliantly.

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As we cross the first-month marker of the GDPR’s implementation, how are organisations managing their journeys to compliance and what have we learnt so far?

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British Telecommunications plc (BT) has been fined £77,000 by the Information Commissioner’s Office after it sent nearly five million nuisance emails to customers.

The investigation found that the company did not have customers’ consent to send direct marketing emails. This is against the law.

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Delegates attending GDPR: Summit London on 25th June will discover how a digital game can transform GDPR training from a boring chore into an engaging learning experience that employees want to complete.

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Robotics Process Automation, an emerging technology, helped the giant Scandinavian financial services group, Nordea, cut the number of times it spent on GDPR requests from hours to minutes, says the company.

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Data breaches take us to a core part of GDPR. As one expert said: “It’s not a matter of if, but when.” But what are the rules, what can you do to ensure the regulator is onside with your reaction? And while we are on the subject, let’s take a look at what data breaches there have been.

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OneTrust, which provides privacy management and marketing compliance software, has revealed that its software has received no less than 10,000 requests since GDPR went live.

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Apple has announced a new feature for its iOS operating system for disabling data transfer techniques that could be used by law enforcement agencies.

Privacy versus crime prevention, where do you draw the line? We could have zero privacy and hardly any crime. Or we could go the other way. Apple seems to be leaning in the direction of the other way.

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The ICO – the UK’s privacy regulator – has responded to the publication of an audit of the Royal Free London NHS Foundation’s use of an app designed to help patient’s with kidney injury. And it takes us to the core of one of the most crucial data dilemma’s.

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Countries that make up the EU and the European Economic Area, do have some latitude on how they interpret GDPR, and in Estonia, critics argue the interpretation goes too far and could pose a threat to a free press.

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