Control over how my data is used, and if it is used, is the key for me in relation to GDPR – not consent forms. I am none the wiser when I tick a box what I am actually agreeing to.
Every time you mention ASOS on Twitter, it seems, the customer service team emails you to apologise and offering to help – even if you have no orders.
I am privileged. Virgin Media considers me to be such an important customer that I have been offered the chance to be THE FIRST person to try its new app.
As an exercise, I tested a few newsletters to see what happens when you click the unsubscribe button. Here are the examples of unsubscribe processes.
The Privacy and Electronic Communication (EU) Regulations of 2003 brought up to date the rules relating to permissions for data marketing. With regards to email…