Tech-Privacy Expert: Embed Privacy Before Systems Are BuiltPCWorldWhen did you start to become aware of data privacy? Henry Chang: I became interested in tech-related compliance and regulations about six or seven years ago.
If you work with mobile apps, you may already know that privacy is a hot issue. Regulators are pushing companies to improve their privacy practices, Congress is contemplating new laws, and class action lawyers are suing companies that don’t clearly disclose their practices. In the past few weeks, this focus on privacy intensified as the FTC, the California Attorney General, and even the White House weighed in with new announcements.
Two things are clear from this recent burst of activity. First, regulators are putting pressure on everyone in the mobile app ecosystem to improve their practices, so you can’t just assume that it’s your partner’s responsibility to comply. And with the number of regulators focusing on these issues, it’s going to be a lot harder for companies to hide. No matter what role you play in the mobile app ecosystem, you should pay attention to these developments. Gonzalo Mon and John Heitmann summarize what you need to know in a new article published by Mashable, "Mobile Privacy: 5 Legal Concerns for Developers."
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Join the UW-Miwlaukee Center for Information Policy Research and the UWM Libraries for a special screening of the short documentary film “Big Brother, Big Business: The Data-Mining and Surveillance Industries” in ...
Triple PunditBeyond SOPA: Obama's Privacy Bill of RightsTriple PunditIndividual Control: Consumers have a right to exercise control over what personal data organizations collect from them and how they use it.
“We used to think a terabyte was a lot of data. “These days, a terabyte fits on a hard disk you can keep in your pocket.” Edwin van der Ouderaa, head of financial services analytics at Accenture, a consultancy, has a point.
SecureSmartCam: Protecting the Privacy and Data of Citizen Witnesses Using Video 1. What do you propose to do? [20 words] WITNESS is developing the SecureSmartCam suite of smartphone applications to...
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