As GDPR came into force, it led to an avalanche of notifications and data protection requests. At the same time, high-profile data scandals helped consumers realise the extent to which their data has become a valuable currency. While growing awareness of data privacy is a good thing, will fatigue set in? Are some organisations already in breach of the legislation by asking consumers for consent to share their information with third party partners which are too numerous to allow a properly informed choice.
In the October edition of Ethical Corporation, GoodCorporation looks at the steps taken to date, the compliance challenges it has posed and highlights emerging best practice.
Read the article in full here.
The Bribery Act: how to stay on the right side of the law Construction News – 19 July 2012
More than two thirds of the 175 countries around the world included in the 2014 Corruption Perceptions Index scored below 50 on the corruption scale in terms of public sector corruption. The scale is from 0 (perceived as highly corrupt)…