John Gamble

Author's details

Name: John Gamble
Date registered: September 1, 2009

Latest posts

  1. TRUSTe and ValueClick Partner On Privacy — November 28, 2012
  2. Behind the statistics – responding to EU consumers’ online privacy concerns — November 20, 2012
  3. The TRUSTe Digest – 11/19/2012 — November 19, 2012
  4. Too prescriptive for innovation? The current impasse with the proposed EU regulation — November 12, 2012
  5. Join Us At The Ritz For A Mobile Privacy Workshop — November 8, 2012

Most commented posts

  1. Apps need to step up their privacy game — 17 comments
  2. Let’s talk P3P — 8 comments
  3. Survey Results Are In: Consumers Say Privacy is a Bigger Concern Than Security on Smartphones — 6 comments
  4. HTML5 and Mobile Privacy — 5 comments
  5. No Privacy? Know privacy through improved controls on Facebook — 5 comments

Author's posts listings

Oct 30 2012

The EU Cookie Directive – The Inside Story


Danilo Labovic EMEA Managing Director | TRUSTe @dlabovic At the start of 2012 the headlines were full of predictions of doom as the EU Cookie Directive was single-handedly going to bring down websites, marketing, online publishing, and ecommerce as consumers opted out of cookies and abandoned websites due to a bad user experience. Five months …

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Oct 26 2012

TRUSTe Recognized Among 100 Fastest Growing Companies!


On Wednesday members our team attended a reception at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco to celebrate TRUSTe’s recognition by the SF Business Times among the “100 Fastest Growing Companies in the Bay Area”.  It’s an honor to make this list and a testament to our more than 5,000 customers around the world who leverage …

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Oct 18 2012

Are businesses smart enough about smartphone privacy?


Richard Foster UK Director Ad Solutions | TRUSTe @richardfoster Image Source Mobile advertising spend is the fastest growing channel in advertising history. IAB UK research published earlier this month showed that mobile and tablet ad spend in the UK grew 132% to £181.5m in the first half of 2012, as smartphone ownership reached 60%. But this …

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Oct 16 2012

TRUSTe & Privacy In The News


Our Giant’s playoff run isn’t the only thing that’s had our office buzzing: last week we were thrilled to see The San Francisco Chronicle run a feature on our company and the privacy space (“TRUSTe helps companies heed privacy laws“), based on an interview with our CEO, Chris Babel. On the future of ‘Big Data’ …

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Oct 09 2012

The Cookie Law: Is Enforcement Around The Corner?


Danilo Labovic EMEA Managing Director | TRUSTe @dlabovic After the initial flurry of media coverage subsided last spring many companies thought that the EU Cookie Directive was a passing headache they could soon forget. They would be wise to pay attention, however, to the changing tone of reports coming from certain EU member states amid increasing …

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Sep 12 2012

Midata – A privacy milestone for UK consumers, or an additional business burden, and data security risk?


Saira Nayak Policy Director | TRUSTe @SairaNayak Earlier this week TRUSTe filed comments on the UK Government’s proposals to require organisations to give people access to their historic transaction data in a machine readable format – the so-called midata initiative. Through this initiative, the UK Government hopes to unlock the benefits of Big Data by empowering …

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Sep 06 2012

Nearly Two In Three Top UK Websites Have Taken Steps To Be Cookie Compliant


Richard Foster UK Director Ad Solutions | TRUSTe @richardfoster The recent EU Cookie Directive put third party tracking and online behavioural advertising under the spotlight in the UK and required advertisers, publishers and brands to consider their data privacy practices and how they communicated these to their users. Despite the UK regulator, the ICO, giving companies …

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Jul 27 2012

When Self-Regulation Works, Your Privacy Is In Good Hands


Jim Adler Chief Privacy Officer & GM of Data Systems | Intelius @jim_adler Image Credit Despite the ongoing discussions about online privacy by legislatures, regulators, and data conservationists — self-regulation remains the primary tool to ensure consumer information is handled responsibly. And rightly so. Too often, privacy debates devolve into false dichotomies, dominated by arguments that advocate …

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