A new survey finds 83 percent of U.S. consumers between the ages of 18 to 49 willing to license their social and digital platform data for rewards and benefits of value to them. Yet the findings appear to run counter to other studies. What’s causing the privacy paradox and is it becoming less relevant or […]
People appear to have no qualms about sharing their locations, struggles, and relationships online. Read on our data secure channel. Join Us Now!
The United States is an outlier as a major economy without a data privacy law. Is the path clearing for that to change? Read on our data secure channel. Join Us Now!
While many studies have looked at privacy properties of the Android and Google Play app ecosystem, comparatively much less is known about iOS and the Apple App Store, the most widely used ecosystem in the US. At the same time, there is increasing competition around privacy between these smartphone operating system providers. In this paper, […]
Nine Democratic U.S. senators are urging the Federal Trade Commission to pass privacy rules that could require companies to obtain consumers’ explicit consent before using their personal data. Read on our data secure channel. Join Us Now!
People have certain expectations when they sign into a website. They want the login and registration process to be smooth and convenient. They want to be able to access their information quickly and without any hiccups. And increasingly they want to know if and how their private data is being collected and used. Fail to […]
Our ‘right to privacy’ was officially recognised in the Universal Bill of Human Rights by the UN in 1949. It pertains that nobody should be under arbitrary interference with their privacy. It essentially means that you have the right to an ability to seclude personal information. Some things other people just shouldn’t know about. Read […]
DoorDash is suing New York City over a new law that requires delivery companies to share customer data with restaurants. Read on our data secure channel. Join Us Now!
Some 98% of the 164 data protection cases of ‘European significance’ referred to the Data Protection Commission ‘remain unresolved’, according to a new report by the Irish Council for Civil Liberties Read on our data secure channel. Join Us Now!
UK dials up the spin on data reform, claiming ‘simplified’ rules will drive ‘responsible’ data sharing
The U.K. government has announced a consultation on plans to shake up the national data protection regime, as it looks at how to diverge from European Union rules following Brexit. It’s also a year since the U.K. published a national data strategy in which said it wanted pandemic levels of data sharing to become Britain’s […]