More Posts on Privacy Policies
The Feds and the States Are Embracing Privacy Law -- What That Means to Your Business
The point is to put consumers in the driver's seat by clearly outlining data protection practices and reaffirming your company's commitment to data protection.
Blockchain Is How We Can Protect Our Privacy in a World of Ubiquitous Surveillance
Decentralized information sets give citizens greater privacy, freedom of speech and protection of wealth.
Me, Myself and AI: Is That My Privacy in the Rearview Mirror?
Mountains of data are what make machine learning possible, the whole project is dead in the water without it. But whose life is it, anyway?
Apple Will Let All Users Download Their Collected Personal Data
European users can do it right now thanks to GDPR.
4 Changes You Need to Make Now to Comply With the EU's Tough New Data Law
Non-compliance can lead to hefty fines whether your company is based in the European Union or not.
Facebook's Answer to E.U. Privacy Law: Accept Data Collection and Ads, or Don't Use Facebook
The aim of GDPR is to return control of personal data to the individual by ensuring companies follow a new set of data protection compliance rules.
5 Takeaways for Entrepreneurs From Facebook's User Privacy Mistakes
One of the world's largest, richest and most successful companies has botched customer trust and crisis communications.
12 Privacy Mistakes that Can Cost You Your Job in 2018
Countless people have lost their jobs due to easily-avoidable privacy mistakes.
Facebook Teaches You How to Keep Your Data Private
The social network has also published its 'privacy principles.'
Congress: Get a Warrant to Search Americans' Phones at Border
The Trump administration wants to expand electronic searches at the border. Congress wants to make sure Americans aren't swept up in those searches without a warrant.