The well-known instant messaging application, WhatsApp, was primarily designed for personal use. Now more companies make use of it to interact with their customers and staff, we must be aware of data protection rules related to Whatsapp GDPR. If your intention is to use WhatsApp in your company, institution or business, keep in mind that you must … Read more

gdpr after brexit update 2021

The UK has now left the EU, and a few things have to change. In this article we’ll be looking at how GDPR and Brexit changes will affect you, whether you need an EU representative, what is adequacy status (this one is important) and how you can ensure you don’t fall foul of the GDPR … Read more


The EU-US Privacy Shield is invalid, and there is ambiguity with regards to standard contract clauses, because they’re still valid…sometimes. So let’s clear that up. The Schrems II ruling we’ve all heard so much about has led to confusion and no shortage of panic. In this short article we want to succinctly explain what the … Read more

Slack GDPR compliance is important to you as a user, in this article we’ll be looking at the Slack GDPR policy, security breaches and communication tools as a whole whilst discussing the effect of these factors on compliance. Slack GDPR Policy Diving straight in, we can look into the criteria we use to assess GDPR … Read more

data protection issues

Video conferencing tools such as Zoom, Skype and House Party facilitate communication when working from home. So the question we’ll be looking at in this article is ‘Is Zoom GDPR Compliant?‘ and how to ensure you don’t experience data protection issues when using video conferencing tools. Using video conferencing tools has its benefits, but you … Read more