Facebook & Cambridge Analytica Scandal

Facebook has sent out messages to users to highlight whether your data was involved in the reported issue involving the “This Is Your Digital Life” app and Cambridge Analytica. We explain a little more about what is involved in the permissions for apps and what you need to be thinking when keeping your data safe.

Would you like a cookie?

It’s a legal requirement in the EU that if your website uses cookies, you must give your visitors information about what you’re tracking and why. If you’re not doing this, here’s some guidance on how you can correct that right now – and a free tool that you can use to set it up.

Introducing GDPR!

The Data Protection Act has been governing what businesses can and can’t do with the personal information of their customers since 1998, but that’s all due to come to an end soon; really soon. Next year in fact. But it’s being replaced by the¬†General Data Protection Regulation which will come into effect on 25th May, 2018.

Why you Should not be BCCing Recipients in your Emails

Adding email addresses into the BCC field of your email client is seemingly an obvious way to ensure that recipients can’t see who else the email has been sent to, but it is not without risks and issues that you should be aware of. In this article, we talk about what those risks are and what you need to know.