Changes to the governance of data will have far-reaching consequences for your business. The new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) will determine how your business does business, and particularly how it manages, protects and administers data in the future. The new regulations come into place in 2018 and you need to start preparing now - find help here.

Legitimately using Legitimate Interests - new guidance

New Data Protection Network guidance shows businesses how they can use Legitimate Interests to access personal data under the GDPR from May 2018
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GDPR: A Twitter Q&A with the DMA

We're running a live twitter Q&A session tackling your GDPR questions, Monday 3 July at 2pm. Here's how you can join in.
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Responsible marketing training with the IDM

DMA members can claim a discount from these IDM training courses and fine-tune skills in GDPR, data protection and digital marketing best practice
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The EU’s new data protection law will apply to companies across the globe

It’s not just EU companies that have to think about the GDPR
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IDM training: Learn the GDPR basics

Not your usual GDPR training session. Spend an evening - Thursday 20 July - in the engaging company of iCompli director Duncan Smith as he brings to life the rich opportunities that abound for marketers who get data-shipshape before the May 2018 GDPR deadline - with discounted...
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DMA insight: How marketers prepare for the GDPR

Learn how the marketing industry is prepping for the GDPR, with evidence that, while marketers are pragmatic about the GDPR, Brexit has already hurt business in the UK and Europe
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Combemale appointed FEDMA co-chair

DMA Group CEO Chris Combemale has been appointed the co-chair of FEDMA, alongside Acxiom's European privacy officer Dr. Sachiko Scheuing
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Member Content

The GDPR and you, chapter three

With a year to go until the GDPR comes into force, new guidance from the Information Commissioner's Office refocuses marketers' expectations, while Brexit has had a negative effect on marketers' trade both with the UK and with the rest of the EU. Read on.
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Manifesto season: what do party plans mean for marketing?

The major political parties have published their manifestos for the 8 June General Election
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