A guide on anonymizing your phone, so you can use it without it using you.
The article discusses the complex legal and ethical issues arising from the creation and use of synthetic data, emphasizing the need for robust guidelines to maintain privacy and integrity while exploiting its potential benefits.
Websites for mental health crisis resources across the country—which promise anonymity for visitors, many of whom are at a desperate moment in their lives—have been quietly sending sensitive visitor data to Facebook
The EU’s stringent cyber posture, as reflected in the GDPR, while enhancing global norm building, inadvertently hampers small businesses and data-dependent public services due to its high compliance costs and limitations on data sharing.
It’s time to be proactive about user privacy. Find out if you’re sending too much data to Facebook—or if you need to send data at all.
GDPR did lead to more transparency about how companies were using data but many of the rights have been nearly impossible to exercise.
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a European Union law adopted to protect the privacy of individual’s data. Today, businesses […]
How to decide when it’s safe to proceed, and what’s at risk if you do.