— TeenSafe Gives Parents a Window into Their Child’s Life Even When They Cannot be Present, Breaking Down Communication Barriers That May Exist in Many Divorced Homes– [Read more…]
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected Google Inc’s bid to dismiss a lawsuit accusing it of violating federal wiretap law when it accidentally collected e-mails and other personal data while building its popular Street View program. [Read more…]
The US supreme court delivered a landmark endorsement of electronic privacy on Wednesday, ruling that police must obtain a warrant to search the contents of cellphones seized from people they have arrested. [Read more…]
Last week the European Union’s Court of Justice ordered Google to grant people the right to be forgotten, giving people the ability to have themselves removed from search results that are “inadequate, irrelevant, or no longer relevant, or excessive in relation to the purposes for which they were processed.” [Read more…]
Facebook has finally caved to public pressure and agreed to improve its privacy settings, but the tighter security for its traditional features also comes with a new potential concern. [Read more…]
On Facebook you can share whatever you want with whomever you want, from a one-to-one conversation, to friends or to everyone. [Read more…]
DoNotTrackMe, the most popular online privacy tool, reaches major milestone leading up to Data Privacy Day – user community stops more than 1 trillion attempts to track their browsing — Abine, the leader in online privacy, announces that its popular tracker-blocking tool, DoNotTrackMe, has helped its users block over 1 trillion attempts to track their browsing. This milestone highlights the massive increase of web tracking, government surveillance, and data breaches.
With Data Privacy Day set to take place on Tuesday Jan 28 there’s no better time to think about your own data usage and data privacy concerns etc… About Data Privacy Day – The proclamation coincides with an international effort to empower and educate people about how to protect their personal information and manage their digital footprint. Data protection and privacy is a constantly evolving field and requires ongoing efforts to maintain security.
Loads of buzz in the news and on social media as a result of the Commander in Chief addressing the nation on the topic of security and privacy. The speech was delivered against a background set by numerous proposals, including various bills in Congress and the recommendations of the president’s Review Group on Intelligence and Communications Technologies, on which I served (and most of whose recommendations were endorsed in the speech).