Data Privacy: Page 4
After FB and Uber, Google Is Facing Flak For Compromising User Security
Our personal data has become such a valuable asset that tech giants should be forced to use it fairly -- and deliver returns back to us
Personal Data Protection Bill 2018: Will the Legislation Introduce a GDPR-esque Compliance Regime in India?
Ushering in an era of extraterritorial data privacy compliance for global firms operating in India
While submitting the recommendations to the Srikrishna Committee, the regulator also acknowledged the fact that the existing framework for data protection of consumers is not sufficient
While the intent of the government, to protect user privacy, is fine but what makes it controversial is the mandate to store data 'only' in India.
These 15 entrepreneurs are not solving any earth-shattering issues but adding the necessary value to life fulfilling aspirations of people
Facebook's growth in user base - an aging one, is also slowly flat-lining. At least, in its two core markets – the US and Canada, which perhaps would trickle down to other major markets, like India.
"We will only deal with public data and on rare occasions, private data but with consent," says Praveen Chakravarty, Chairperson - Data Analytics Department, INC
European users can do it right now thanks to GDPR.
Privacy concerns over patient data are the main cause for the protest. But local gentrification may be helping to fuel it.
The problem is, most of us are complicit in handing over our private information. We shouldn't be.
With this new OS, Google is promising to take care of three major categories: Simplicity, Intelligence, and Digital Wellbeing.
What you can do today is build data privacy into your business model and ensure users have full ownership of their data.
Stop mourning the death of cookies. There is other data you can use to connect with customers.