This week the GDPR laws in the UK are changing. What’s changing? Is it bad, or is it good? Here is a guide so that you don't have to worry. Let’s start with the basics… what is GDPR? GDPR, or General Data Protection Laws were first adopted in 1995.
UK businesses can now tag products in their photo posts, so people can buy products as they peruse the ‘gram. At present, you are able to tag up to five products in a single image, or up to twenty in a multi-image post, effectively turning your feed into a social media catalogue of sorts.
You know how it is with competitive big-businesses, muck raking and scandal-slinging are fairly commonplace in these circles. However, one Goliath vs. Goliath battle in particular has us thinking. The Dyson Airblade, dubbed “the hygienic hand dryer” has had rather heady claims laid against it.
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