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

Jul 20 2012

Websites Are In The Dark About Third Party Tracking


Tony Berman Sr. Product Manager | TRUSTe @otaat TRUSTe’s Website Tracker Audit Service was recently used in an experiment to analyze the accuracy of the privacy disclosures of some of 116 popular websites on the Internet (see footnote for a list of domains scanned)[1]. Forty eight percent (48%) of the sites included in the experiment do …

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Jul 17 2012

The State of Consumer Privacy Confidence


Dave Deasy VP of Marketing | TRUSTe @davedeasy Last month we released the results of the Q2 U.S. Consumer Confidence Edition of our Privacy Index series. We found that consumer privacy concerns remain high – 91 percent of U.S. adults worry about their privacy online, up slightly from 90 percent in Q1. The potential business impact …

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Jun 19 2012

To Track, or Not to Track: The Great DNT Debate Continues


Chris Babel CEO | TRUSTe Image Credit There has been considerable open debate regarding Microsoft’s May 31st announcement to ship Internet Explorer 10 with Do Not Track (DNT) on by default.  The response has ranged from praise from privacy advocates, to outrage by industry associations, to questions of compliance from the W3C’s Tracking Protection Working …

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Jun 19 2012

TRUSTe CEO Testifies Before Congress

US Capitol

John Gamble Marketing Manager | TRUSTe @johnaddisonImage Credit Chris Babel, TRUSTe’s Chief Executive Officer, will testify today before the House Judiciary Subcommittee on “New Technologies and Innovations in the Mobile, and Online space, and the Implications for Public Policy”.  Mr. Babel will share new privacy technologies developed by TRUSTe to address consumer privacy in the mobile …

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Jun 13 2012

New Privacy Events In the Bay and Beyond

Quality Forum conference Baltimore 2010

Chris Babel CEO | TRUSTe Image Credit TRUSTe has been moving at an accelerated pace for the first half of the year, and now – with two major educational campaigns underway – things show no sign of slowing down. Ongoing market education remains one of TRUSTe’s biggest priorities, so we’re pleased to announce that we’re …

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Jun 06 2012

Guest Post: Make Privacy a Strategic Asset for your Startup


Rob Banagale Co-founder + CEO @ Gliph @jetsetter Image Credit Startup accelerators are sprouting up across the globe with more seed-backed companies coming to market than ever before. Every startup is looking for a way to differentiate itself from competitors as it looks toward its first significant round of funding. The best founders will recognize …

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Jun 05 2012

In Do Not Track, Consumer Choice Comes First

Chris Babel CEO | TRUSTe Last week Microsoft announced that Internet Explorer 10 will ship with Do Not Track (DNT) turned on by default. This announcement has stirred industry debate over appropriate parameters for consumer privacy choice. At TRUSTe we believe privacy is best served when consumers are informed and have the ability to indicate …

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May 25 2012

It’s game time for the Cookie Directive in the UK


Chris Babel CEO | TRUSTe In an hour the EU Cookie Directive will go into effect in the UK, requiring companies to have a user’s informed consent to store or access information (like cookies or web beacons) on their digital devices. Earlier in the week we turned on a solution addressing the Directive on our own …

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