Seers Videos

You can watch Seers free and easy to understand videos which, guides you to get compliant with GDPR, ePrivacy and CCPA.

  • GDPR

    Seers Cookie Consent - How to download and install

    This video will guide you to the steps of how to download and install the Seers Cookie Consent Plugin on your WordPress website.

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  • GDPR

    The great hack

    Netflix represented a wondrous video "The Great Hack" this summer. It is the investigation of the Cambridge Analytica Scandal of 2016 and explains what happened, how it happened, and why.

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  • GDPR

    What are cookies?

    Cookies are small text files used for enhancing the performance of websites, and tracking web activity of users as well as analytical and marketing purpose.

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  • GDPR

    Capital One Data Breach

    Time to take some action! Data breach catastrophe has put Capital One in a risky position and created a serious breach history in banking.

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  • GDPR

    Lawful basis for processing data

    Is this an appropriate way of data processing? Before processing your customer's data, think twice. Have a look and assess your current strategies.

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  • GDPR

    Electronic Email Marketing

    What are the rules on email marketing? Watch out the video and note down the key factors of electronic mail marketing. After all, Taking care of customers plays a huge part in your company's success.

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  • GDPR

    Facial Recognition

    You may be doing it WRONG! While using facial recognition software, you can violate the privacy rights of your clients. Although there are certain conditions for it. The video will explain everything.

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  • GDPR

    Controversy over Face app

    Many states and organisations are imposing strict rules for personal data protection. Likewise, US senator ordered an investigation into Face-app over privacy concerns.

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  • GDPR

    Motor Industry Violation

    A motor industry employee, sentenced to prison for accessing personal data without permission. Now he has to pay £25,500 confiscation, order under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002

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