Maryanne

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Name: Mary Anne Timothy
Date registered: February 6, 2009
URL: http://www.truste.com

Latest posts

  1. European Parliament declares EU data protection reform irreversible after vote — March 13, 2014
  2. TRUSTe Congratulates IBM on APEC Certification — August 20, 2013
  3. Will the new COPPA Rules Effect TRUSTe’s COPPA Safe Harbor Program? — December 19, 2012
  4. TRUSTe Privacy Pioneers and Mavericks Series: UK ICO David Smith Talks Data Privacy with TRUSTe’s Saira Nayak — December 12, 2012
  5. TRUSTe – Anniversary Fun and Games (and Cool Prizes!) — July 16, 2012

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Mar
13
2014

European Parliament declares EU data protection reform irreversible after vote

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Yesterday, the European Parliament gave its backing to the European Commission’s data protection reform ahead of European elections in May, with 621 votes in favour, 10 against and 22 abstentions for the proposed Regulation. This vote means the position of the Parliament is now set in stone and will not change even if the composition …

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Aug
20
2013

TRUSTe Congratulates IBM on APEC Certification

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TRUSTe congratulates IBM on the milestone achievement of being the first company to certify their data transfer practices with TRUSTe under the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Cross Border Privacy Rules (CPBR) system. One of the certification requirements is to have an Accountability Agent to certify compliance with the CBPRs. TRUSTe as the first Accountability Agent …

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Dec
19
2012

Will the new COPPA Rules Effect TRUSTe’s COPPA Safe Harbor Program?

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Jim Rennie Sr. Product Counsel | TRUSTe Today, the FTC announced new amendments to the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) rules.  COPPA focuses on the collection and use of data concerning children under the age of 13.  COPPA was first enacted in 2000, the new rule amendments are intended to update the law and …

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Dec
12
2012

TRUSTe Privacy Pioneers and Mavericks Series: UK ICO David Smith Talks Data Privacy with TRUSTe’s Saira Nayak

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Continuing our celebration of thought leaders and innovators in the data privacy industry, we are delighted to release our 2nd interview in our recently announced TRUSTe Privacy Pioneers and Mavericks Series. David Smith, Deputy Commissioner of the UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) sat down with TRUSTe’s Saira Nayak to gain his perspectives on data protection …

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Jul
16
2012

TRUSTe – Anniversary Fun and Games (and Cool Prizes!)

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Chris Babel CEO | TRUSTe If you haven’t heard, TRUSTe is marking its 15-year anniversary, and we’re kicking it off with an Open House scheduled Thursday, July 19. During the past decade and a half we’ve delivered some of the industry’s most innovative privacy management solutions. And we’ve delivered them for an online world that …

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Jul
13
2012

TRUSTe celebrates 15 years of privacy innovation!

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15 reasons you should join us to celebrate on Thursday, July 19th at our TRUSTe Open House – Summer Fun, SF Style: It’s free.  Free food, free drinks…need I say more? Senior Sisig will be in the house dishing up some SF food truck fan favorites The Crème Brulee Cart will be offering three yummy …

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Sep
30
2011

NYC Advertising Week, October 2-7

What better way to kick off October than to attend a week-long celebration of the advertising industry! As online advertising continues to evolve and bring new challenges such as recent behavioral targeting and data use – this year’s 2011 NYC Advertising Week promises to be an exciting one. Privacy has become and will remain a …

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Mar
18
2010

Standing Room Only

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Maureen Cooney Chief Privacy Officer Vice President for Public Policy Photo Credit It was March 17th in Washington, D.C. and standing room only for much of the day. The crowd was well dressed and many wore green. But it wasn’t the Irish festivities at the Dubliner. Green beer was not being distributed. And it wasn’t …

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