Today we’re excited to announce that the beta program for our Data Privacy Management Platform has reached full capacity. Numerous well-known international brands have signed-up to participate in this program, which will give them access to this comprehensive and intuitive privacy solution. The interest we’ve seen since announcing this program is a strong indicator that …
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This article was first published in the IAPP Privacy Tracker blog on 10/28/14 By Joanne Furtsch, Director of Product Policy at TRUSTe, CIPP/C, CIPP/US It’s not just online services and websites targeted toward children that need to be diligent about following Children’s Online Privacy Protection (COPPA) regulations. A few months ago the Federal Trade Commission …
If you use wearables at home, it might be evident how these little tracking devices could be beneficial in the workplace. However, the potential for companies to collect this information without employee knowledge or consent raises the issue of transparency with regards to data collection. Whether monitoring our daily steps, using intelligent I.D. badges to …
On Wednesday, Dictionary.com announced that it had chosen “privacy” as the word of the year for 2013, quite a change from last year’s selection of “bluster”. The past year has been filled with events that rocked the media landscape and changed the way people thought about privacy. The introduction of Google Glass and Edward Snowden’s …
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 …
Digiday:Daily’s Melinda Gibson’s article is a fun recap “It’s a story about how, even though such devices are clearly purchased and configured by early-adopters who’ve been around the block, such people are blithely pre-disposed to sacrifice their potential loss of privacy for convenience.” And IAPP’s Jennifer Saunders delves deeper into the privacy issues with “Wi-Fi, …
The TRUSTe blog was named in this informative list of top privacy blogs. This blog has some great lists for businesses and consumers interested in privacy and security.