As organizations adapt their IT infrastructure to abide by the latest privacy regulations, they are faced with a dilemma: efficiency versus flexibility.
Artificially intelligent hiring tools do not reduce bias or improve diversity, researchers say in a study.
The study comes with the announcement of its New Trust Standard, a benchmark for seeing how trustworthy businesses are as they embrace digital transformation.
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National and local governments using targeted ads on search engines and social media.
Analysis of 20,000 mobile apps that ask for sensitive information shows that some track users across different platforms Nine out of 10 mobile health apps collect and track user data, according to a new global study.
The ad industry continues to roll out new protocols around online data and consumer privacy. LoopMe surveyed consumers to find out if they're really aware of the changes, and what they thought.
In a new study, researchers find that commercial facial recognition APIs can be easily fooled by deepfakes.
The largest study of facial recognition databases to date show its revealing origins and flaws.
Over 4,500 data breaches have been made public since 2005, and 45% of Americans have had their personal information exposed in a data breach in the last five years.