Tag results for "privacy"
  • Google 'Safari Hack' Settlement Faces New Challenge
    Class-action activist Theodore Frank is appealing a decision that approved Google's $5.5 ...
  • Has The CIA Killed Encryption For Mobile, Connected Devices?
    WikiLeaks dumped another batch of classified documents on Tuesday depicting the CIA's ...
  • Tech Companies, Analysts Downplay Impact Of WikiLeaks' 'Year Zero'
    Apple, Google, Microsoft and Samsung and industry analysts scrambled yesterday to assure ...
  • Is Your Email List Safe From Hacking?
    The news is full of stories about email hacking. It started during ...
  • Flake Seeks To Reverse FCC Privacy Rules
    Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) has introduced a measure to reverse the Federal ...
  • Senator Introduces Resolution Revoking Broadband Privacy Rules
    Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Arizona) says his bill marks the "first step toward ...
  • Consumer Groups Fire Back At Broadband Industry, Urge FCC To Preserve Privacy Rules
    Privacy advocates and consumer groups are urging the FCC to retain tough ...
  • DMA Welcomes GDPR Guidance On 'Legitimate Interest' From ICO
    Speaking about the draft guidance, Chris Combemale, CEO of DMA Group, said: ...
  • GDPR Shocker -- Did Email Marketers Just Win A Get Out Of Jail Free Card?
    As long as they can prove a "good reason" to process someone's ...
  • ICO Sets Out GDPR Guidance
    "The basic concept of consent, and its main role as one lawful ...
  • Vizio Can't Shake Video Privacy Lawsuit
    Smart TV manufacturer Vizio may have violated a federal video privacy law ...
  • Cable Industry Cheers FCC For Staying Data Security Rules