Google Gets Nailed for GDPR

Today is Data Privacy Day! A good day to remind our readers about GDPR data privacy regulations and those pesky goalposts. If you haven’t been keeping up, the GDPR hammer is coming down hard and fast on tech giants like Google, who was recently hit with a fine totaling 50 million Euros (about $57,192,500) by France’s data protection regulator CNIL.…

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When does Big Data become Bad Data?

Last month, we spoke about big data and the importance of leveraging such data to provide insights to drive better informed business decisions. But at what point does this data become useless? As we mentioned, big data provides detailed insight as it draws upon information from a number of sources and data points and thus, big data can reveal new…

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The Relationship between Data Governance and GDPR

According to the GDPR, personal data refers to any information related to a person including name, photo, email, address, bank details, social media updates, medical information and even IP addresses. It can come in various forms and contains several data elements. Data governance and GDPR are complementary as a strong data governance program is vital for GDPR compliance and with…

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Melissa-Powered GDPR Risk Audits from DataDelta Uncover Hidden Risks in Right to Erasure Compliance

Inspired by GDPR Survey Results, Audits Reveal Blind Spot in Accuracy Assumptions of Single Customer View Platforms Melissa, a leading provider of global contact data quality and identity verification solutions, and DataDelta, a 14-year leader in Master Data Management (MDM) match accuracy analytics, today announced two new audit solutions to support governance, risk, and compliance officers in complying with the E.U.’s…

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