When considering how much you should do to comply with legislation like the Protection of Personal Information Act, you have three choices: Do as little as possible and see what you can get away with; Calculate the degree of “reasonably practicable” compliance required and stick with that; Adopt a more holistic approach to compliance. OfContinue reading “Reasonably practicable compliance with POPI is not enough”
With the Protection of Personal Information Act signed and likely to be implemented to some degree sometime this year, it is fashionable to focus on POPI when thinking about data protection and privacy. While POPI is a very important Act, a complete data protection review has to take into account much more. I prepared aContinue reading “Don’t place too much emphasis on the Protection of Personal Information Act”
The Protection of Personal Information Act is going to have a radical impact on the direct marketing industry and a number of direct marketing businesses are going to shut down because they won’t be able to adapt and remain viable, especially if they don’t take action right away. If you don’t have a direct marketing business that is already based on a truly consensual business model (bearing in mind the consent model in the Protection of Personal Information Bill), you simply can’t afford to waste any more time.
Website terms and conditions are pretty tough to do properly. They are on just about every website you come across on the Web and are so prevalent that it is easy to take them for granted and also assume that they are all pretty much the same. Often how a website terms and conditions (I’llContinue reading “Website terms and conditions are surprisingly complex”
Online Reputation Management (commonly referred to as “ORM”) solutions are popular with companies that have social media initiatives. These solutions enable companies to monitor the social media landscape for keyword and brand mentions that they often select based on their areas of interest. Two local solutions are BrandsEye and saidWot (Disclosure: saidWot’s sister company, Virtuosa,Continue reading “Legal compliance through Online Reputation Management”