Tag: GDPR

  • No, we don’t really care about your privacy

    No, we don’t really care about your privacy “We value your privacy” have been the hollowest words of 2018. I am instantly suspicious of any website that displays a flashy pop-up about privacy. Like a small man with a fancy car, it looks like they’re compensating for something. It’s what happens when you want to […]

  • The hurricane web

    The hurricane web This post really underlines how media companies have taken the web in totally the wrong direction. It shows how media organisations like CNN and NPR brought out lightweight “text only” versions of their websites to help hurricane-stricken areas with low bandwidth. …in some aspects, they are actually better than the original. Most […]

    Screenshot of the text only version of the NPR website
  • Happy GDPR day

    It has certainly been interesting to receive emails from so many companies I have no recollection of doing any business with.

    "Private" sign above a letterbox
  • GDPR is the bible of customer-centricity

    GDPR is the bible of customer-centricity An enjoyable take on why marketing professionals should be loving GDPR. Alongside accountability, transparency is the second pillar of GDPR. This is where marketers should get excited. After all, getting our message through should be what we do best. Top trolling.

  • Publishers haven’t realised just how big a deal GDPR is

    Publishers haven’t realised just how big a deal GDPR is With the media still consumed with scrutinising Facebook, Thomas Baekdal once again points out that it is the media who appear to be less prepared to deal with privacy trends and comply with new regulations like GDPR. It’s interesting that Thomas Baekdal has emphasised that […]