A look at our biometric technology
November 21, 2019
As our everyday lives become more digital, traditional IDs lag behind. They reveal more information than necessary, don’t make it easy to prove your identity remotely, and are easily lost and expensive to replace. That’s why we built Yoti app - to give everyone access to a digital ID built for a digital world. It [...]
The Digital Economy Act and age verification on adult websites: the facts
April 17, 2019

What is the Digital Economy Act? The Digital Economy Act is a law introduced by the UK government that includes measures to prevent children from accessing pornographic content online. Age verification is a child protection measure, introduced as part of the government’s ambition to make the UK the safest place to be online. When does […]

Getting to grips with GDPR: Rights in relation to automated decision making and profiling
August 2, 2018

The eighth blog post in our series on GDPR rights is about the rights in relation to automated decision making. See here for the first blogpost on your right to be informed, the second on the access right, the third on the correction right, the fourth on the deletion right, the fifth on the objection […]

Getting to grips with GDPR: The right to data portability
July 23, 2018

The seventh blogpost in our series on GDPR rights is about the right to data portability. See here for the first blogpost on your right to be informed, the second on the access right, the third on the correction right, the fourth on the deletion right, the fifth on the objection right, and the sixth […]

Getting to grips with GDPR: The right to have data restricted
June 26, 2018
The sixth blogpost in our series on GDPR rights is about the right to have data restricted. See here for the first blogpost on your right to be informed, the second on the access right, the third on the correction right, the fourth on the deletion right and the fifth on the objection right. This [...]
Getting to grips with GDPR: The right to object
June 11, 2018
The fifth blogpost in our series on GDPR rights is about the objection right. See here for the first blogpost on your right to be informed, the second on the access right, the third on the correction right, and the fourth on the deletion right. There is already a right to object in current UK [...]
Getting to grips with GDPR: The right to request deletion
May 23, 2018
The fourth blogpost in our series on GDPR rights is about the deletion right. See here for the first blogpost on your right to be informed, the second on the access right, and the third on the correction right.   The right to request deletion There has been a lot of hype and misleading information [...]