Facebook seems to be putting a full-court press on mobile lately. And for good reason. Numerous social apps not called Facebook are gaining traction on ...
Need Privacy? DIY Garden Privacy Ideas
Most of us have wished for a little more privacy in our yards and gardens…unless you live on acreage, chances are you have a neighbor just a little too close. N
What Is Privacy?
How to Protect Privacy in an HOA
As a Board Member in a homeowners association it is important to set boundaries between your board time and homeowner time. Protecting privacy in the digital...
and why you should, if you care about privacy
If we learned anything in 2014, it’s the simple but painful truth that here in the digital age, we are not safe. Nefarious hackers are lurking around every virtual corner of the Internet, constantly developing new ways to attack us and steal our private data. Many times, these hackers target the large companies that store our data and as troubling as it is, there is simply nothing we can do to safeguard information that is held by third parties. Instead, we must rely…
Top reasons CEOs should care about privacy
Privacy protection will undoubtedly be one of the defining issues of the internet age, and it’s important for leaders and companies to take notice and actively prevent breaches and protect their customers.
There's a Way to Make Kids Care About Online Privacy
Every week new stories come out about software vulnerabilities and large-scale data breaches. It’s kind of exhausting. Protecting yourself from all the ...
Why Apple really cares about your privacy
If you read between the lines of Apple's recent announcements, you'll find that the company is turning user privacy into a key competitive advantage.
Confessions of a Google junkie (or, Privacy? What privacy?)
10 practical privacy tips for the post-privacy internet
ISPs and providers can now sell your personal data thanks to the U.S. Congress. Here’s what you can do to maintain your online privacy.
Why You Should Care About Data Privacy |
It has now been a year since the Equifax scandal, where hackers breached the financial data of over 140 million citizens. While the dust has barely settled, people have already forgotten about the incident and are taking less and less precautionary measures to secure their data. The question often asked by these individuals when chided... Continue Reading →
Privacy law is still something of a mystery to many, writes David Kelly. He writes that he’s constantly amazed when asking new clients what their privacy practices are, that they haven’t got a clue.
Data Privacy Day: Why to Care and What to Do
On January 27, 2014, when the United States Congress adopted S. Res. 337, a nonbinding resolution expressing support for the designation of a “National Data Privacy Day” to be observed …
Why Should I Care About Privacy & GDPR?
Free Whitepaper: Why Should I Care About Privacy & GDPR? Are you ready for GDPR? Do you meet the new requirements? Do you know your risk exposure? A lot of companies do not know. To give you an idea of the uncertainty surrounding the Regulation, Vanson Bourne surveyed 1,600 organizations. A staggering 37% of respondents did not … Continue reading Why Should I Care About Privacy & GDPR? →
Privacy Tips for the New Post-Privacy Internet
spy news, espionage, electronic surveillance, bugging, wiretapping, security advice, TSCM and security news. By an independent security consultant.
Facebook Privacy Guide
A guide to help you protect your information on facebook
Privacy: Lessons Learned and Prognostications
Earlier this year, I had the pleasure of moderating a panel of leading privacy professionals for the Churchill Club. During the session, we recapped the highlights—and lowlights—of privacy in 2014, discussed some of the major trends and issues in the space, and made some predictions for 2015 and beyond. What stood out for me, as …
A Quick Guide to YouTube Privacy
We've taken a quick look at how to protect your privacy on YouTube.
How to protect privacy online?
A local broadband expert says the key is protecting yourself and there’s tools available to give you some reassurance
Data Privacy: What’s It to You?
Spring 2012 Firm Newsletter 04.02.12 Patrick T. Zomer Unless you have been the victim of identity theft or have been recently prompted (yet again) to approve Google's or Facebook's newly revised terms of service, you probably spend little time thinking about data privacy. For many, data privacy is a problem for Internet giants (Google or Facebook) or big companies that hold millions or billions of data…