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  • Without easy-to-follow guidelines, it's hard to ensure proper CCPA compliance, including the involvement of those (internally and externally) who have a role to play in compliance. So, if you feel behind or lost, or you don't know what to feel about CCPA, this article should help.

  • Phew, you survived GDPR! Time to relax and... wait, what? The California Consumer Privacy Act was recently passed? Here's how marketers can get ahead of the competition by preparing for the new legislation that goes into effect in 2020.

  • In less than three months, "California's GDPR"—the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)—will be come into effect. How are those data-privacy regulations similar, and how are they different? And do you need to comply? Here's what marketers need to know.

  • In three weeks, on January 1, 2020, the California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA), goes into effect. As a result, for the first time, US businesses will be subject to a far stricter set of privacy regulations in-country.

  • The deadline for GDPR compliance is fast approaching. Are you prepared? This infographic explains the goals of the General Data Protection Regulation and gives companies a road map for becoming compliant.

  • "GDPR" has been a buzzword lately, but it's an important one. Failure to comply with new European data regulations—even if your business is US-based—could mean serious consequences.

  • The General Data Protection Regulation is about to go into effect, but many marketers are still unprepared for it. Here's a checklist for digital marketers to make sure they comply with the pending regulation's provisions.

  • Lisa Loftis of analytics software company SAS updates marketers on the General Data Privacy Regulation ('GDPR') and offers advice on how to keep your data collection activities legal.

  • GDPR goes into effect in two months, but most US companies are not prepared. Here are seven questions marketers should be asking themselves and their companies to ensure compliance—and avoid fines.

  • Today, data is the most important ingredient for crafting truly personalized experiences, delighting customers, and delivering exceptional value. The marketer's dilemma in the age of data regulation is how to collect that data. Here's what we need to do.

  • GDPR may seem like a burden, but it helps us marketers think Customer First. Here's how to make sure you not only comply with GDPR's regulatory requirements but also provide customers what they need.

  • Taking a close look at what's trending in email marketing today, GetResponse analyzed four billion emails sent from 126 countries across 19 industries. Here are five email marketing insights from that analysis.

  • Even in the era of data protection legislation, some marketers continue to adhere to old ways. But a massive upheaval of marketing will occur in the next couple of years, which is why smart marketers will focus on building long-term relationships through personalization.

  • In 2019, email held on to its crown as the monarch of marketing channels. As we begin a new decade, let's reflect on some of last year's most talked-about and important moments in email.

  • Privacy concerns have reached a boiling point. Consumers, regulators, Web browsers, advertisers, brands... all are evolving to meet the changing privacy landscape. Marketers are considering how to best reach customers while respecting their privacy and earning their trust. See what lies ahead in 2020.

  • At some point, we all learned about the 4Ps of marketing: place, price, product, and promotion. Those still hold weight, but marketing has been undergoing drastic changes, and companies now face a host of new challenges. These new 4Ps of marketing are the way forward.

  • Your customers want you to provide personalized offers and experiences, but they also want you to respect their privacy and allow them more control over their data. That's why a preference-management strategy is so important. Here are four things marketers can do.