News & Articles

5 12, 2017

Lost about Legitimate Interest?

The final guidance from the ICO on this hotly debated topic is now not due until early 2018.  The ICO have stated that companies, for now, should rely on the [...]

5 12, 2017

Confused by Consent?

As we wait for the ICO consent guidance to be published sometime in December, we thought it might be useful to explore the intent of the consent clause in GDPR. [...]

7 08, 2017

GDPR Countdown – 9 months to go

Phase 2: Assess Now that you’ve got an understanding of the legislation, you need to asses what you’ve got, what you’re missing and what you need to work on. What [...]

17 07, 2017

GDPR Countdown – 10 months to go.

Phase 1: UNDERSTAND With 10 months to go, the primary objective should be to understand the GDPR regulation, and to then to start to look at how it might impact [...]

11 07, 2017

GDPR workshops now available

Give as you Live, via Charity Now, are working in partnership with ClearComm to help marketing teams at charities to navigate the new GDPR legislation. Our next event is on [...]

5 07, 2017

New Fundraising Preference Service Launched

The Fundraising Regulator, created in 2016 to be the independent regulator of charitable fundraising in the UK, has launched a brand new service to help people stop receiving unwanted communications [...]

6 06, 2017

New report: 9 out of 10 charities uncertain they will comply with new EU data rules by deadline

With GDPR looming large in May 2018, the Transform Foundation did a survey of around 200 charities to determine how confident they were that they would be ready for it. [...]

25 05, 2017

New Guide: Do you know what it takes to become GDPR compliant?

Access, a software solutions provider for charities and not-for-profits, have released a guide on how to become compliant. It includes a quick overview of the regulations as well as practical [...]

19 04, 2017

The Bucket List of GDPR problems

ACTION BEYOND ADVICE. Charity and the GDPR Data Factory There is now adequate advice available from lawyers, accountants and regulators on the subject of GDPR. There are adequate warnings around [...]