Tag: GDPR

ICO Guide to the GDPR

Made for those with a day-to-day responsibility for data protection, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) Guide to the GDPR explains the provisions of the regulation to help organizations comply with its requirements. ICO, the UK’s independent authority set up to uphold information rights in the public interest, has also produced a number of tools to […]

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‘Bite Size’ GDPR Guidance for Fundraisers

Fundraising Regulator and the Institute of Fundraising (IoF) released joint guidance on GDPR, which is based on questions charities have asked. Reviewed and co-badged by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), the material draws on more detailed guidance to fully equip fundraisers ahead of the May 2018 deadline. The resource includes an overview of GDPR for […]

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Data Labs: Improving Access to Government Data

Data practitioners discuss an emerging data-sharing model that helps dissolve barriers to collaboration while safeguarding sensitive data.

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Digital Civil Society Around the World

This post is part of a series of excerpts from Philanthropy and Digital Civil Society: Blueprint 2018, the ninth annual industry forecast from Lucy Bernholz. Read the entire Blueprint series and join the conversation on social media with #blueprint2018. Over the course of the year, I met with people in eight countries about the shape and meaning […]

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Predict-a-palooza: Civil Society Forecast 2018

Podcast: An expert panel and our virtual audience forecast the most important trends and challenges facing digital civil society in 2018.

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The Dark Side of Data (Organizations)

Nonprofits and philanthropy organizations need to engage more with digital data in their activities. However, they must also be careful to avoid the ‘dark side’ of data and digitization, and respect the privacy and security of individuals’ data.

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Digital Impact: Reflections from Brussels

The European leg of the Digital Impact event series kicked off in Brussels on 13 June. Not surprisingly to those who follow EU policy, the emerging European digital policy landscape permeated the day’s discussions. We were fortunate to have participants and speakers from digital rights groups and corporate policy offices to share insights on the […]

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