Digital Laws

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IUBENDA LATEST NEWS: Brexit updates, how to optimize your website, our latest free tools, webinars + more

One of the most popular questions we’re asked is, “How do I know which laws apply to me?” (to be fair, this is a tricky one!). So, we got to work on creating a simple, quick way for you to determine: which laws apply to you; and and which tools you actually need to help you comply with those laws. Find out what you need to meet your legal requirements → Brexit and the GDPR – latest changes The GDPR, which used to be binding law in the UK until Brexit took effect on Dec. 31st, 2020, is now, for...

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Have you prepared your YouTube Channel?

Effective June 1, YouTube has updated their Terms of Service and some major changes have been made for people outside the US in regards to earning money, but also the collection of data. YouTube’s right to monetise. YouTube changed their terms of service so they can monetize videos outside of the YouTube partner program. This was US only, but is now rolling out to the rest of the world. What does this mean? YouTube is going to place ads in front of videos of people who cannot monetize their vid...

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How to erase your online footprints

Online companies have made it their business to gather as much information about you as possible. What exactly do they know about you and how do you safeguard your online privacy? We will take a closer look at 5 tech giants. Safeguarding your own privacy is constantly balancing between the pros and cons of openness. “We know where you are. We know where you’ve been. We more or less know what you’re thinking about. ” according to Google CEO Eric Schmidt in 2010. The fact t...