European digital Czar slams Facebook for data mining activities and warns tech giant to comply with forthcoming principles of GDPR or face being kicked out of the single market
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Marketers need to rethink how to reach “always on” consumers claims new research
Western marketers should learn from tribes for clues in how to survive an economic downturn.
Defamatory video must be removed from the internet rules Ireland’s High Court in an action against Facebook, YouTube and Google that could open the floodgates to fresh litigation against the internet giants
Jonathan Coad, partner at Lewis Silkin talks about the legal and ethical issues facing regulators on the issue of defamation and privacy risks using social media
At the end of this month, Lord Justice Leveson will release his long awaited report into the culture, practices and ethics of the British media as well as the role of the police and the press in the News of the World phone hacking scandal.