EU GDPR 2018: General Data Protection Regulation

Learn what the General Data Protection Regulation means for you

EU GDPR 2018: General Data Protection Regulation

The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the new legal framework governing the use of personal data across EU markets. Read what LiveRamp is doing to prepare for its enforcement beginning May 25, 2018.


What GDPR Compliance Means to LiveRamp and Our Partners

At a high level, the GDPR introduces significant changes that impact brands’ engagement with consumers and could affect the way in which LiveRamp will be able to support those programs.


The GDPR Effect on Business and Consumers

Laws governing personal data use for marketing and other purposes have not caught up with the data-driven world we live in. The GDPR sets out to address this gap.


IAB Data Symposium: The Trust-Driven Economy

Sheila Colclasure, Global Chief Data Ethics Officer for Acxiom and LiveRamp, presents on The Trust Driven-Economy and the role GDPR plays in it.


GDPR Looms

Learn about the implications of GDPR, the current attitude of the digital media world toward this new law, and the "reckoning" that has come in an interview with Sheila Colclasure.

Is LiveRamp going to be GDPR compliant?

LiveRamp’s Data Ethics team is committed to data and security compliance globally. Therefore, we have been working for months to comply with the GDPR, including but not limited to, compliance with all new security, data transfer, and reporting procedures; contract reviews; and the maintenance of activity records.

We are confident that, under the GDPR, we will be able to maintain our existing service agreements in a compliant manner.

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