If you’re in sales or marketing, here’s your quick overview of the GDPR, the good, the bad, and the grey areas around this new data privacy regulation. Source: GDPR: The Good, the Bad, and the Grey | Sales Hacker
Source: 5 Things You Must Know about Email Consent under GDPR – Litmus Software, Inc.
Source: GDPR: How to create best practice privacy notices (with examples) | Econsultancy
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – practical guide for email senders. How to send cold emails and marketing messages legally in 2018. Source: GDPR – General Data Protection Regulation Practical Guide
Source: Will GDPR affect cold emailing? – Quora
Official Journal of the European Union. Full GDPR Regulations Document http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/PDF/
In our GDPR Q&A series we get answers from experts to your burning questions about data regulations and compliance. Source: I work in a creative agency, do I need to be worried about GDPR?
What does GDPR mean? You have to comply with new regulations regarding the secure collection, storage and usage of personal information. Source: What does GDPR mean to me and my small business?
A question being asked increasingly often is what should marketers do with their existing mailing lists which don’t have consent obtained or recorded to GDPR-standards. Source: Legacy email marketing lists, the GDPR and ePrivacy
Protip: Don’t ask customers if they want to be contacted by email… by email Source: ICO fines Flybe, Honda for breaking data rules. They were, um, trying to comply with GDPR