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The world’s strictest data protection laws and how the Purple Platform can enable you to comply

Currently, 137 out of 197 countries have put some level of legislation in place for the protection of data and privacy, how Purple can help businesses comply?

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How our end users have absolute control over their data

End users of WiFi should have control over the data they are willing to share with companies. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into full force on 25th May this year, the biggest revision to data privacy and security in 20 years by the European Union parliament, but there…

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Top 10 GDPR Tips

The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has quickly become a topical subject as the May 2018 deadline draws nearer. GDPR is designed to harmonize data privacy laws across Europe to protect and empower all EU citizens data privacy, and is sure to reshape the way organisations approach data…

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Purple takes early leap to become the first GDPR compliant WiFi provider

We are proud to announce that Purple is now General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliant, having unveiled our revised privacy policy and brand-new Profile Portal today, which gives end users complete transparency of all the data collected about them. The EU legislation doesn’t officially come into force until May 25th 2018,…

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22,000 people willingly agree to community service in return for free WiFi

Cleaning festival loos, hugging stray cats and dogs, and scraping chewing gum off the streets are just some of the uninviting tasks people have agreed to in exchange for free WiFi. And we aren’t just talking about a few hundred unfortunate individuals. Over 22,000 people have openly agreed to carry…

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