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Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations 2003 amendment 2018

UK | Active Under Review
The regulations require organisations to provide clear information about how cookies are used on their website and allow people to make a real choice about whether they are happy for non-essential cookies to be placed on their device. Prohibits the transmition of an automated recorded message for direct marketing purposes via a telephone, without prior consent of the subscriber. There are specific rules on: marketing calls, emails, texts and faxes; cookies (and similar technologies); keeping communications services secure; and customer privacy as regards traffic and location data, itemised billing, line identification, and directory listings.

Information SecurityAll, Accounting, Agriculture, Automotive, Banks, Chemicals, Construction, Energy Companies, Financial Services, Food and Drink, Healthcare, Logistics, Manufacturing, Payment Services, Security, Technology, Public Sector, Water Companies, WasteISO 27001View Legislation

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