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Privacy Representation

We provide a market-leading solution for representation under privacy laws around the world, allowing your company to reach out to new markets in compliance with the local data protection laws. Grow your business, protected by Prighter.
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GDPR-Representation

Appoint Prighter as your EU Representative in data privacy matters.

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UK-Representation

Appoint Prighter as your UK Representative in data privacy matters.

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Turkey-DCR

All-in-one solution for the Turkish Data Protection Regulation (KVKK). Appoint Prighter as your VERBIS-Representative and meet the requirements of the Turkish KVKK in an easy and efficient way

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Privacy Solutions

We develop scalable legal services by leveraging the experience we have gained as lawyers, external data protection officers and privacy representatives. Our multidisciplinary team brings together a wealth of legal and tech expertise to provide high-end tech solutions for your privacy compliance needs.
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Prighter DSR

PrighterDSR Solution streamlines data subject requests with expert guidance.

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Prighter Breach

Avoid fines from GDPR authorities and get immediate help in data emergencies by subscribing to our automated Data Breach Services.

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NIS Representation

For digital service providers, we offer representation related to the security of network and information systems (NIS) in the EU and UK. Benefit from all-in-one Representation as a Service and rely on consistent incident handling.
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EU-NIS Representation

Appoint Prighter as your NIS representative in the EU.

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UK NIS Representation

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Contact our privacy team and request a free consultation. We are eager to hear your challenges and tailor our easy solutions to your needs.

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New Consent Requirement for Swiss Traffic: Google's Policy Expansion

Starting July 31, 2024, Google is expanding its EU User Consent Policy to encompass users in Switzerland. This update builds upon Google’s original EU User Consent Policy, which saw minor revisions on May 25, 2018, and further adjustments on October 31, 2019, to accommodate the UK’s evolving relationship with the European Union.

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EU-Japan Agreement: Council Approves Data Flow Facilitation Protocol

The Council of EU has officially approved a protocol aimed at facilitating the flow of data between the European Union and Japan. This protocol represents a big step forward in securing closer economic ties and collaboration between these two dynamic regions.

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Navigating Data Privacy: 'Consent or Pay' Models and the Path Forward

The recent Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) ruling on Meta’s data processing practices has sparked uncertainty among many companies. In response to this, Meta introduced a pay-or-consent model, raising concerns about data privacy compliance and sparking broader discussions on targeted advertising and user privacy. Here are some key takeaways:

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