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Business Starter Kit: 99designs and iubenda

After the great success of our collaboration with 99designs on a Small Business Starter Kit, we’ve participated in another bundle at the end of 2016 and starting into 2017. This time the bundle has been published in the UK and Germany. The Small Business Starter Kit contains a collection of posts full of knowledge and […]

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Self-certifying for Privacy Shield

US companies have many requirements to follow under the Privacy Shield, one of them is to provide a privacy policy in which all of the notice requirements are outlined. We’ve earlier published the broader requirements here. The main resource for Privacy Shield is the site run by the US Department of Commerce, which you can find […]

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Privacy policy for stickers and iMessage extensions

With the introduction of iOS 10 Apple is also introducing iMessage apps (extensions) and sticker packs. This is a category in which there is going to be a lot of new developers/designers/illustrators, new to the Apple ecosystem at least. One thing that might be surprising to these app owners (if that is you, then you), […]

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Notice requirements under Privacy Shield

Update: in the meantime we’ve published a guide to iubenda and the Privacy Shield. Read the Privacy Shield integration guide Below you will find the original post outlining the notice requirements under the Privacy Shield. We’ve recently had various users ask whether iubenda generates Privacy Shield compliant privacy policies for companies that want to self-certify […]

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Finally, European Commission launches EU-U.S. Privacy Shield

Update: find the required elements for a privacy policy under Privacy Shield for US self-certified companies here. Update 2: Switzerland has also joined the Privacy Shield program, you’ll find all the relevant documents on the government website. Today the European Commission adopted the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield which has been heavily worked on, contested, commented on, […]

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We detected that the app(s) listed at the end of this email contain a version of OneSignal

Google has recently started informing Google Play developers with emails about privacy related issues when their app doesn’t have a privacy policy in certain situations. It’s what appears to be increased scrutiny on implemented SDKs that collect personal data. Here’s what these emails read like (with the focus on an app using the OneSignal SDK, an […]

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