Study of the new Google Play Store data safety section revealed that 55.2% of the mobile apps openly admit to sharing your data. The study revealed that shopping, business, and food & drink were among the app categories that share the most user data.
The USA PATRIOT Act Section 314(b) is an important enabler in the fight against financial crime, allowing financial institutions to share vital data with one another for prevention, detection, and investigations. Ronen Cohen, VP of Strategy at Duality Technologies, discusses why financial institutions have struggled to fully utilize this valuable piece of legislation and how privacy-first approaches are paving a new way forward.
The original version of Wordle, hosted by creator Josh Wardle on a self-hosted website, did not have any advertising or connection to ad tracking networks.
The Data Act would make data sharing terms more easily accessible to end users, allowing them direct access to stored data and controls to limit its use and movement.
A new data sharing law that recently went into effect in New York City is being challenged by food delivery giant DoorDash on the grounds that it requires revealing too much confidential and sensitive information to restaurants.
Synthetic data generation (SDG) is rapidly emerging as a practical privacy enhancing technology (PET) for data sharing by generating non-identifiable datasets that can be used and disclosed without the legislative need for additional consent given that these datasets would not be considered personal information.
Recent FTC settlement with the popular Flo Fertility Tracking app came with a warning from the agency to other health apps that engage in questionable data sharing practices.