Data Privacy

The Data-Driven Future of Healthcare Is Everyone's Opportunity, and Everyone's Responsibility

After decades analyzing the intersections of science, healthcare, business and data, this MD and entrepreneur offers her vision of a more ethical and better-performing wellness industry.

Alice Jacobs

Bad Data: The $3 Trillion-Per-Year Problem That's Actually Solvable

How the right tech can help entrepreneurs make data more accessible and accurate, avoiding massive losses in the process.

Joy Youell

Data in 4 Flavors, and the Demise of the Cookie

A crash course in how ecommerce-transaction information is categorized, and how it's changing rapidly.

Vivek Sharma

Hate How Companies Use Your Data? This App Gives Users Back Their Control.

TIKI puts data privacy decisions in the user's hands, and now they're looking for investors.

StackCommerce

Hide Your Data From Brokers with This Innovative Tool

Optery makes it significantly more difficult for businesses to add you to call lists, email lists, and much more.

The Proactive Solution to Data Protection That Every Modern Business Should Be Using

Data has exploded over recent years, making privacy and consent more important than ever before -- both morally and legally.

Sharon Harris

More Than 500 Million Facebook User's Data Has Been Leaked

Over 500 million Facebook users had their data leaked and posted to online hacking forums.

Michelle Jones

Facebook Files Motions to Dismiss State and FTC Antitrust Lawsuits

Facebook files a large motion to dismiss antitrust lawsuits filed by state and local governments. Facebook claims the lawsuits are not credible.

Michelle Jones

Google Is Getting Sued for Collecting Data From Kids' Educational Chromebooks

New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas says Google has been violating a federal privacy law by harvesting student information without obtaining parental consent. Google says the lawsuit is 'factually wrong.'

Michael Kan

Now Is the Time to Future-Proof Your Data Privacy

Safeguarding has always been a must, but it's a legal obligation too.

4 Essentials for Complying With the New Data Privacy Regulations

Consumers need reassurance and protection from the entities they trust with their data. The onus will be on companies to provide those things, and a failure to do so will prove costly.

Jeffery Lauria