New Data Privacy Regulations are evolving, companies are investing heavily in privacy technologies, and users are becoming more aware of their rights regarding personal data... Find out the top data privacy trends in 2023.
The use of Google Analytics was outlawed by data protection authorities of Austria, France, Italy, and Denmark for not complying with the GDPR. Read more about the reasons and the possible solution for using GA.
Google Signals is a Google product, integrated with Google Analytics 4, that enables cross-device tracking and remarketing. It uses aggregate data, so this feature is GDPR compliant. Read more about Google Signals.
Global Privacy Control (GPC) is a proposed standard to create a global technical specification that allows users to control their privacy. The main purpose of the GPC is to inform websites not to sell or share user personal data.
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is a data privacy law that regulates the collection and processing of the personal information of California residents. Read the CCPA compliance checklist to be CCPA compliant.
Google has a complex relationship regarding its products' compliance with the GDPR and was fined huge fines. On October 14, 2020, Google released Google Analytics 4, due to replace Universal Analytics and to solve GDPR privacy issues.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the first and the strictest privacy law in the world. Because the GDPR is extensive, there is often confusion around the details of the regulation. Read the GDPR checklist to prepare for your website’s compliance.
California’s Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) are the first consumer privacy regulations in the US and the EU, accordingly. While both laws protect users' privacy rights and regulate personal data processing, there are many differences between them. Read the article to know the differences between CCPA and GDPR.
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