As fundraisers, communicators and service staff are getting organised for GDPR, don’t forget that GDPR also affects charity storytellers too. The data held on this crucial group of beneficiaries an…
Many firms have the required consent already; others don’t have consent to send a request
By Steve Wood, Deputy Information Commissioner. We’ve already tackled some myths around consent when it comes to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and you’ll be pleased to hear we’ve no…
As of next May, your charity must meet the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Should this be top of your priorities? Absolutely – non-compliance can land your organisation with fines of up to
Guidance and information Data Protection for Small Charities The ICO has produced guidance and tools to help smaller organisations. The ICO have also launched a dedicated GDPR helpline for smaller cha
Key things for charity trustees to know about GDPR and data protection
An FAQs document answering the questions for charities that have been asked of the helpline staff most often.
The Guide to the GDPR explains the provisions of the GDPR to help organisations comply with its requirements. It is for those who have day-to-day responsibility for data protection.
The GDPR will be implemented across all EU Member States on 25 May 2018. As the deadline draws ever closer organisations need to prepare for the swathes of changes the new Regulation ushers in.
The Direct Marketing Association offering lobbying, events, research, and development. Includes membership directory, representing the DM industry.
With the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) due to come into force in May 2018, there are already lots of resources out there to help guide you towards compliance.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is set to change the rights of data subjects (i.e. people), and ergo how companies process and store data, and how they communicate with data subjects at
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Businesses can use our toolkit to assess your compliance with the eight principles of the Data Protection Act 1998 and our CCTV Code of Practice.
If you handle personal information about individuals, you have obligations to protect that information under the Data Protection Act 1998. Our guide to the DPA 1998 is for those who have day-to-day re
Helping you comply with your responsibilities to information rights in not-for-profit, charitable and voluntary organisations.
Use our toolkit to assess your compliance with the Data Protection Act and find out what you need to do.
Part of our role is to take action to ensure organisations meet their information rights obligations.
By Jo Pedder, Interim Head of Policy Delivery. There’s nothing like a new year to focus the mind on self-improvement. And from a data protection perspective, there’s something about the arrival of …
The recent Monetary Penalty Notices issued to BHF and the RSPCA by the ICO have understandably raised concerns and questions for charities and fundraisers about their implications for charitable fundr
It seems like every few weeks we hear of the theft of sensitive customer data from online systems. Most recently, it was Sony and Citibank, but they will most assuredly not be the last. How does thi
If your business is based in the European Union (EU) or you have customers or contacts in the EU, then…