Today's children are being "datafied" from the moment they're born. Parents are now increasingly anxious over the expanding commercial collection and exploitation of children’s data, with potential consequences that can lead to extremely unsafe situations for both the child and the family.
The use and disclosure of personal data for direct marketing purposes is strictly regulated in Hong Kong with more severe consequences for non-compliance than other breaches of Hong Kong privacy law, and is often found to be significantly more onerous than in other jurisdictions. This article summarises some of the key elements of Hong Kong’s direct marketing regime.
Americans are getting increasingly wary about their private conversations being disclosed through smart speakers. How can they stay safe while enjoying the benefits of the smart home technology?
If they became law, the proposed FinCEN rules would out the personal identities behind private crypto wallets if transactions are large enough.
New iOS 14 operating system will not only allow Apple users to selectively disable ad tracking in apps but also introduce a suite of new enhanced privacy features.
Though Google is more reliant on targeted advertising for revenue than Apple, a recent report cites company insiders in suggesting that similar anti-tracking measures are being considered for Android.
Newly published paper on twelve organizational accountability principles to help private and public organizations balance necessary data use with privacy concerns.
DPC has opened a privacy investigation against Google over location tracking and its capacity to collect massive location data that could be in breach of GDPR regulations.
A coalition of some of the biggest names in privacy-focused tech companies is seeking a ban on advertising technologies that use surveillance techniques to track people across the internet.