September 15, 2021
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Patrick Gibbels: Why ePrivacy proposals could give the sector an even bigger headache

ePrivacy rules are on the table to be overhauled, but the latest proposed amendments could be even more problematic for nonprofit fundraising. Our columnist Patrick Gibbels […]
August 4, 2021
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Patrick Gibbels: European Commission tables new rules on anti-money laundering

The European Commission has proposed a new package that aims to harmonise anti-money laundering rules across Europe. Our columnist Patrick Gibbels takes a look at what’s […]
June 9, 2021
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Patrick Gibbels: Will the EU call time on telephone fundraising?

Over the past year and more, the telephone has been a vital channel for fundraising and nurturing supporter relationships. Patrick Gibbels highlights the risks of the […]
May 12, 2021
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Patrick Gibbels: Spring update from Brussels

Our columnist Patrick Gibbels summarises some key updates from the European Commission in Brussels, highlighting what the Anti-Money Laundering regulations, ePrivacy, the Conference on the Future […]
April 7, 2021
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Patrick Gibbels: New EU Anti Money Laundering proposal on its way

The European Commission’s much anticipated Anti Money Laundering regulations are likely to be unveiled in May. Our columnist Patrick Gibbels explores what this could mean for nonprofits. […]
March 10, 2021
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Patrick Gibbels: New rules are on the way for Artificial Intelligence

The use of Artificial Intelligence in fundraising is becoming more and more widespread. With a legislative proposal for AI due from the European Commission imminently, our […]