Data Privacy News, Insights and Resources
Data privacy news, insights and resources to help data privacy leaders stay on top of developments, and to understand and address the challenges faced by their organization.
A new draft law for Russia Internet control wants ISPs to direct all data (both incoming and outgoing) to government-controlled routing and exchange points if the need arises to "unplug" from the global Internet.
Twitter retains direct messages for years, including messages that you or others have deleted. And that’s even the case if Twitter direct messages are sent to or from an account that has been suspended or deactivated.
Apple has been promoting itself as a champion of consumer privacy but given it's commercial relationship with Google and recent moves in Russia and China, just how committed, really, is Apple to the concept of consumer privacy?
In the Alphabet annual report for 2018, Google’s parent company provided additional guidance on how their privacy practices could impact the company’s overall business model, and hence, its ability to churn out billions of dollars of revenue each quarter.
Many of the most popular iPhone apps are, without user privacy consent, using “session replay” technology that makes it possible to record their every touch, tap or swipe.
Society is finally starting to wake up to the immense privacy implications of real-time facial recognition surveillance as seen in the latest developments in San Francisco, London and the White House.
Most organisations are hungry for the insights and business value to be gleaned from their customer data but wary of falling foul of GDPR. It’s a privacy minefield that many businesses will have to navigate in 2019 and beyond.
Despite all the privacy scandals in 2018, it looks like Facebook is back to business as usual, buoyed by better than expected financial, user growth and engagement numbers in its most recent 4Q 2018 earnings report.
Group of nine privacy and anti-monopoly advocacy groups have called on the FTC to break up Facebook, citing the tech company’s long track record of ignoring privacy concerns, the group also called on the FTC to fine Facebook as much as $2 billion.