Consent machine-to-machine (M-2-M) via e-agents
In this blogpost, we reveal the Trackerdetect findings of monitoring the 33 websites of the European DPAs for 3rd parties, cookies, scripts, pixels and other tracking technologies. Last week, we set up Trackerdetect
Is the specific information in the consent request in ICO’s cookie banner linked properly?
Part 1: Which specific information must be provided in the consent request?Should there be 1 or 2 layers? Which information should be in the 1st and 2nd layer? Recently (3 July 2019)
How can you as a site/app owner secure evidence that the user grants, refuses or terminates the consent as well as passivity as to any of these three actions?
The first guide has the following table of contents: Trackerdetect Legal GuideDuty to discover TrackersDuty to have a Tracker policyDuty to classify site owner and TrackerDuty when Tracker is “processor”Duty when site
Signatu introduces for its members "Legal Guide on GDPR Consent". This guide has the following table of contents: GDPR Consent: Legal GuideWhat to do?Upcoming GuidesGDPR attitudeDefinitionModalitiesPower dynamics“CONSENT-OMETER”Consent Request: Is information
This blogpost will deal with Technology for ePrivacy requirements. Let´s start with the Planet 49 case and the issue of cookie consent and what the Advocate General says: Consent is required for
How to meet legal obligations when site owners have 3rd parties on their sites? Until recently, many site owners believed that 3rd parties on websites count as data processors only, which, if correct,
1. Here's how cookie ID matching works:2. What's cookie ID matching useful for?3. Here's how cookie ID matching works if your cache is cleared of all cookies and you visit a
This is the Summary and Table of Content of our Data Processing Agreement. SummaryAgree: You may order our Consent Service Under the Cloud Service Agreement (“CSA”). We process Personal Data on your behalf
The background of "EYE-ON-ADTECH Part 2" is the Fashion ID case + the Google CNIL case + the complaint against IAB Europe and Google regarding Real Time Bidding (RTB) for ad space on websites and
This cartoon shows - in a funny way - the influence and consequences of advertising technology on behaviour. It's also a wink to Google that was fined due to the lack of transparency,
The Norwegian DPA warns it will exercise its corrective power and issue a fine to Bergen municipality for GDPR breach.
Next cartoon will be about the challenges for the Trackers. Interested in Signatu products? Get in touch with us: email@example.com
Imagine that you from multiple data subjects receive multiple requests to exercise rights under the GDPR Articles 15 to 22. The GDPR requires that the controller facilitates the exercise of data subject rights
In this blogpost we ask if website owners must have a technical tool to automatically detect and record 3rd parties on their websites. We will explain how Trackerdetect automatically detects and builds information
In this blogpost, we ask if site owners must monitor whether 3rd parties are on their websites without authorisation to be able to identify a personal data breach. We will explain how Trackerdetect