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Possible GDPR Consent Guidance Delay?

July 13, 2017 You should by now be aware of GDPR, or at least what it stands for. This monumental change in data protection regulation has been the talk of the data industry for 2 years now. Some businesses have been proactive and have been preparing themselves for a while now, for example many of our data partners… Read More →

Institute of Physics Complete Data Project

June 30, 2017 The Institute of Physics is a London-based non-profit organisation, working to advance physics for the benefit of all. They provide their members around the World with access to key networking events and invaluable resources that help towards educating and advancing careers in physics. IOP approached Intermedia Global with an objective of understanding more about the… Read More →

Nuisance call firm fined record amount

May 11, 2017A Bedfordshire registered company Keurboom Communications have gone into liquidation after being fined £400,000 by the ICO. The nuisance call company, based in Dunstable, made over 1 million calls relating to road-accident and insurance policy compensation. After receiving more than 1,000 complaints the ICO decided to investigate Keurboom Communications. They found they had broken privacy laws… Read More →

IMG & Crayon put $25m in sales pipeline

May 9, 2017 The Crayon Group are the global leaders in software asset management (SAM), cloud & volume licensing and associated consulting services. They are trusted advisers to many of the globe’s leading organisations and operations that span across the globe. Crayon needed to appoint a data partner that could provide a comprehensive marketing database solution for their… Read More →

Flybe and Honda face ICO Fines

April 27, 2017 Just weeks ago two companies, Flybe & Honda Motor Europe Ltd, were subject to total of £83,000 in ICO fines. They were found to have illegally emailed hundreds of thousands of consumers, asking them to update their marketing preferences. Flybe In the case of Exeter based airline company Flybe, they sent 3.3 million emails to consumers who… Read More →

Latest DMA GDPR Survey Alarming

March 10, 2017 One if four marketers unprepared for GDPR The GDPR is a new EU regulation, setting new standards across the board for data protection and security. It is an extremely complex regulation and a lot of organisations are still waiting for the dust to settle. A lot of attention has brought to the penalties and fines of non compliance and data breaches. Because… Read More →

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