Tag: GDPR

The Brexit Data Blockade?

On 29th of March, as things stand at the time of writing, the UK will be leaving the EU (some of our intrepid Microsoft Dynamics 365 experts will hopefully have just returned home after making the most of our final day of EU membership attending CRMUG Summit EMEA in Amsterdam!). If that ends up being without a deal, that could end up having implications for UK companies transferring data across national boundaries. It might not be caught up in a lorry park in Kent, but without a bit of preparation, you could find your data transfers being impacted.

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10% of the population of France may have Googled “GDPR” in May!

 

Now Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad GDPR?

Back in December, I wrote a blog post about how Google Analytics keyword searches for the term “GDPR“, variants, and local language equivalents, could be used as an indicator of the relative interests that countries have in GDPR in the two years from November 2017 to October 2017. Continue reading “10% of the population of France may have Googled “GDPR” in May!”

Who’s afraid of the big bad GDPR?

Whilst created primarily as a tool to help users to select keywords for their Google Adwords campaigns, the rather wonderful Google Adwords Keyword Planner[1] allows you to enter a subject keyword or phrase and find out what related keywords, are being searched for, and the average number of searches per month for each.  Continue reading “Who’s afraid of the big bad GDPR?”