Elon Musk's X Is Going to Find Out Where You Work and Another Very Personal Piece of Data — Here's Why
Maintaining customer data privacy is paramount for all digital marketers. Customers are vigilant about their data due to increasing data breaches, and any recklessness with customer information can be the first and final nail in your business's coffin.
Trust in the use of our personal data on digital platforms is more than a digital issue; it affects our broader trust in institutions and our society collectively.
Four best practices for prioritizing privacy regulations so that blockchain or any other digital transformation initiatives can succeed
Google is capable of collecting mountains of pertinent data, but users are increasingly concerned about their privacy.
You know that feeling when you're driving, and someone in the car suddenly asks to change the radio station? That's how brands feel about transparency and data.
Data has exploded over recent years, making privacy and consent more important than ever before -- both morally and legally.
Some security lapses and information retrieval from the privacy of WhatsApp chats recentlybecame the big concern that has forced users to consider the shift. Know where and how to shift your data
The government highlighted that any operations run in India are subject to the law of land and WhatsApp's refusal to comply with the guidelines is a "clear act of defiance of a measure whose intent can certainly not be doubted"
In a blog post, the company said that the app will remind people to review and accept these updates to continue using WhatsApp
It is reported that business email compromise scams have cost businesses more than $26 billion since mid-2016
The PPP model helps to address many of the challenges faced by private healthcare providers who want to set up new facilities
US-based search giant, Google recently announced a few updates to its improve user privacy
Hundreds of Millions Have Downloaded Suspicious VPN Apps With Serious Privacy Flaws. Apple and Google Haven't Taken Action.
Disturbing research suggests that nearly 90 percent of the most popular free VPN apps on Apple and Google's app stores have serious user privacy flaws.