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.
Facebook warned investors on potential FTC fine of $3 to $5 billion from upcoming Facebook settlement in Cambridge Analytica scandal, the company could be forced to create new privacy oversight review board reporting to FTC.
What are the privacy policies of CDN and infrastructure providers? Are these providers merely providing passive conduits to host vendors’ content or offering more services like user tracking, profiling, and identity matching?
Facebook terms of service, once obfuscated by complicated, legalistic language, is going to state clearly how they provide services free of charge to consumers in return for agreement to share their personal data with third parties and used for targeted advertising.
With growing concerns about privacy practices at big Internet providers, FTC has issued orders to AT&T, AT&T Mobility, Comcast Cable, Google Fiber, T-Mobile USA, Verizon and Verizon Wireless to share how they collect, retain, use and disclose information about consumers and their devices.
Over the past year while FTC is conducting its Facebook investigation, Mark Zuckerberg has repeatedly claimed full responsibility for privacy issues, and now it appears FTC might really hold Mark personally accountable for these lapses.
Ruby Zefo, CPO of Uber, talks about her career and and shares her thoughts on the theology of privacy, which she breaks down into three pillars of challenges – laws, customers and technology.
Democrats pushed through a new bill to reinstate the Net Neutrality rules to prevent large broadband Internet providers from blocking or slowing Internet access, or prioritizing their own content over the content of smaller rivals.
Scanning images in billions of users’ files without warrants, is Google helping the U.S. government to conduct warrantless searches and violating the Fourth Amendment?
New Report Highlights Potential Privacy Blind Spot Resulting from Data Sharing and Data Inventory Practices
79% of mid- to large-sized U.S. enterprises support a federal privacy law to provide guidelines on data sharing and data inventory practices, but will it further highlight deficiencies at the world’s largest enterprises?