I’m delighted to be able to tell you that after years of searching for the right associates, I can now proudly call Jackdaw Web Design a full service design agency. What does that mean? Simply put, it now means that I, together with my associates, can handle every aspect of your online marketing … Read more about Jackdaw Web Design – Now A Full Service Agency
In February 2020, Google announced its intention to move all its data about British users of its services, including Gmail, YouTube and the Android Play store, to the US. But how will this affect GDPR compliancy of small businesses? And how will it affect the privacy of UK Google app … Read more about Will Google’s intention to move UK data to the US affect small business GDPR compliancy?
Let's talk cryptomining for a second (not that I understand it). I was having a wander through a few websites yesterday, the way that I do, and my antivirus alerted me to one which had a dodgy link embedded in it. It was a site I would have expected to be squeaky clean so I ran it through a … Read more about The Cryptominer hack
I was lucky to be able to attend a seminar this week held by Muckle LLP on behalf of the BCS on the subject of the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). The GDPR replaces the Data Protection Act 1998 and contains some long-needed updates to take account of changes in technology and the way … Read more about How does the General Data Protection Regulation affect small businesses?
Last year PayPal announced changes to the way that its Instant Payment Notification (IPN) would work. As of 30 September this year (2016) they will no longer accept HTTP for postbacks - they will only accept HTTPS. … Read more about PayPal announces changes to website integration security