France’s data protection watchdog CNIL has published a set of guidelines to provide GDPR guidance on web scraping for direct marketing and recommended actions to businesses.
Simply following the law is not enough to meet ethical data mining standards. Businesses need to be proactive not just because it’s the right thing to do but also for the enormous business benefits.
Zoom claimed that end-to-end encryption will only be available as a premium paid feature so that law enforcement can have access to people who are using the platform for bad purposes.
Amazon's new sleep tracking technology proposes to cast an "electromagnetic bubble" over customers. Critics have raised multiple concerns, including exactly what Amazon intends to do with the data it collects.
Consumer groups in 7 countries are asking European privacy regulators to take action against Google for GDPR violations, specifically, its “deceptive practices” related to location tracking.
Google and Apple’s contact tracing app was supposed to put user privacy first. Each of the tech giants has blocked the most recent update from the NHS, citing privacy violations.
Changing attitudes, new and evolving regulations and the demise of third-party cookies have shifted traditional marketing practices towards zero party data as the favored solution.
As of 2019, Big Tech companies were not particularly popular as a new poll shows that negative views have increased since then, with only 34% of Americans now expressing any level of positive opinion.
The People’s Bank of China has announced that its variation of cryptocurrency, the "digital yuan," will allow anonymous transactions in small amounts in a bid to add at least a token amount of privacy protection.