It’s been one year since GDPR became the law of the land for standard-bearers in the privacy industry. For all the saber-rattling and scrambled planning, it might feel like it’s been a surprising non-event in the world of web development. Even though the dust has settled, there’s still plenty going on, and plenty to come. This week we look at what’s happened the last twelve months and why it’s not time to take our foot off the gas just yet.
- About the California Consumer Privacy Act
- CSS-Only Chat
- A Designer’s Guide to GDPR
- Europe’s sweeping privacy rule was supposed to change the internet, but so far it’s mostly created frustration for users, companies, and regulators
- How Is the GDPR Doing?
- Majority of companies still aren’t GDPR-compliant
- Privacy professionals begin to look back at year one of the GDPR
- Representatives under Art. 27 of the GDPR: All your questions answered
- The State of GDPR, One Year Later
- The Status of the GDPR As the One-Year Mark Gets Closer
- What does GDPR mean for UX?
- Why GDPR remains challenging, one year in
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