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The 10 companies helping marketers with privacy, Medium taking on Apple News, Comscore recalibrates, and Quibi’s high-profile exec departure
Companies like BritePool and Epsilon are capitalizing on marketers' need to prepare for privacy regulations.
Giovanni Buttarelli was instrumental in overseeing the introduction of General Data Protection Regulation in Europe.
Marriott gets slammed with $123 million fine after a major data breach exposed the personal data of 339 million hotel guests
Marriott inherited a data breach that started in 2014 in Starwood's database when it bought the company in 2016. The breach was discovered in 2018.
Prince Harry won a legal battle with the paparazzi using Europe’s GDPR privacy law — and it gives the royals a powerful new weapon against...
Prince Harry won a legal dispute with Splash News, a photo agency which used a helicopter to take pictures inside his home.
Experts say that because Facebook didn't get consent from users, it may have violated US and EU laws.
The Information Commissioner's Office has proposed a rule that would restrict people under 18 from using the "like" button on Facebook or Instagram.
These Harvard grads just launched a startup with $3.95 million led by Accel to give users more control over data and make privacy policies less ‘...
Two Harvard grads launched data privacy startup Transcend with a $3.95 million led by Accel. They say GDPR shows how important data privacy has become
App developers are sending sensitive data to Facebook despite the social network's policies that prohibit them, according to a new report.
Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins calls for a federal privacy law, throwing a spear at internet companies who sell advertising
Cisco wants to lead the charge in common-sense privacy regulations. If it succeeds, it will be good for its business, and maybe everyone else's, too.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella made a global call for countries to come together to create new GDPR-style data privacy laws
Nadella hopes Europe, the US, and China will come together to form a "global standard."