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W2O Privacy and Data Protection Brief: 1.22.20

Privacy and data protection regulations impact the work of every advertising, marketing and PR communications professional around the globe – especially in healthcare and medicine. As the focus on privacy by consumers and regulators continues to increase, W2O’s team is tracking the most important news and changes that directly influence our industry, including the latest …

Top 10 Things You Need to Know About the CCPA – Webinar Recap

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) comes into force in January 2020 (with proposed regulations released not long ago), and it gives California consumers and businesses both new rights and new obligations. W2O recently held a webinar, moderated by Larry Dobrow, Senior Editor at MM&M, to discuss the Top 10 things organizations need to know …

W2O Privacy and Data Protection Brief: 11.12.19

Privacy and data protection regulations impact the work of every advertising, marketing and PR communications professional around the globe, and the focus on privacy by consumers and regulators continues to increase. W2O’s team is tracking the most important news and changes that directly influence our industry, including the latest on legislation, new privacy technology, enforcement …

W2O Privacy and Data Protection Brief: 10.28.19

Privacy and data protection regulations impact the work of every advertising, marketing and PR communications professional around the globe, and the focus on privacy by consumers and regulators continues to increase. W2O’s team is tracking the most important news and changes that directly influence our industry, including the latest on legislation, new privacy technology, enforcement actions, analysis and thought leadership in privacy and …

Data Privacy, Brands and W2O

Data privacy concerns are on the rise in the USA, and consumers are starting to take action! A recent survey by data company SAS showed 77% of consumers have changed their browser privacy settings, 56% have deleted an app due to privacy concerns and 36% have removed a social media account. In the same survey, …

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