The GDPR Jargon Buster

The guide to GDPR lingo

GDPR is coming up fast — it will roll out to all EU markets on May 25. Therefore, it’s important to be well-versed in its lingo and technical terms that may, at first, sound like a foreign language — as difficult as German, as enigmatic as Swedish.

As one of the biggest happenings in digital marketing in recent years, all marketers should know exactly what’s in store and be able to maneuver through the fine print.

That’s why we created the GDPR Jargon Buster, a dictionary with all GDPR-related terms. Inside you can find out what a data controller is, what the difference is between anonymous and pseudonymous data, what a DPO does and more. Click here to get up to speed with the vocabulary now.

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