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GDPR comes into play in May 2018, and has caused quite a stir across almost all businesses and organisations, both small and large. One big thing GDPR directly impacts is digital marketing.
On the 10th of January 2017, the European Commission put forward a new Regulation on Privacy and Electronic Communications which will replace the 2002 ePrivacy Directive.
The General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, is coming into force in 2018. Ecommerce businesses and online stores will need to be prepared to adopt it before then.
From 25 May 2018, the EU General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, will come into play for organisations in the EU.
Google has announced that later in 2017 they will be adding a new warning for searchers, which will mark websites as "not secure" if they haven't moved to HTTPS, and are still HTTP.
The UK has voted to leave the EU - but where does all this uncertainty leave online businesses, and how will this affect digital marketing efforts?
Google has been pushing for more secure websites across the internet for some time now, but now it's been said that 34% of all the sites within Google Search Results are now HTTPS.
PCI DSS Version 3.2 has been released, on April 28th 2016, bringing a host of changes and new requirements your ecommerce business will need to meet in order to ensure your PCI DSS compliance.
In order to maintain your PCI DSS compliance, you will need to upgrade to the TLS v1.2 security protocol by June 30th 2016.
Google is once again encouraging webmasters to adopt HTTPS, announcing that Chrome will display HTTP sites as unsecure in the future.
From October 1st 2015, the Consumer Rights Act 2015 will impact ecommerce stores with the biggest shake-up in consumer legislation in recent times. But what's it all about?
The European Commission announced plans for a Digital Single Market, but what does this mean for consumers and businesses in the EU?
The new VAT MOSS regulations for Digital Services in the EU came into effect on 1 January 2015; but is your Ecommerce Business compliant and ready to trade?
The Shellshock Bash Bug has been proclaimed as worse than Heartbleed, but what damage can it cause to businesses and websites?
If you are an ecommerce business selling goods or services online or from a distance, and you aren’t ready for the new Consumer Protection Regulations, you could have a problem on your hands.
If you’re used to browsing the internet, thinking that any website that includes the HTTPS in the URL is secure, well we’re sorry to say that hasn’t actually been the case for 2 years. Anyone with knowledge of the Heartbleed...