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3 Concerns of Facial Recognition and Privacy

In the last few weeks, three very interesting articles were published specifically around the use of facial recognition technology. In fact, all three articles address what seems to the central concern around AI-based facial recognition: How should these databases be...

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Data Privacy Day – 3 Data Privacy Facts

Data Privacy Day is here! Why is this day so exciting?  Companies are finally realizing the power of privacy can have several benefits including the following: Building brand trust Driving a positive ROI Staying ahead of the global privacy trend. Because of these key...

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Insights on Google Sandbox from RIVN

Google a subsidiary of Alphabet is one of the greatest company success stories of all time. While the company has diversified into various sectors including self-driving cars, maps, televisions just to name a few. Its advertising business has always been to the...

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CCPA Recognition of PII and IP Address

The California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA) which passed in 2018 went into effect on January 1, 2020.  The law is one of the lastest in a string of new privacy regulations that are sweeping the globe. To learn more about CCPA please see a recent article from RIVN...

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Washington State Privacy Act

The state of Washington is looking to take the lead in privacy regulations by re-introducing a bill S-4873.3, that will set a new standard for privacy in the US call the Washington State Privacy Act (WPA). At first read, it seems to be a marriage of the General Data...

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3 Initial Insights on CCPA

The latest high profile consumer privacy regulation called the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) went into effect on January 1, 2020. As a result, social media and various publications have been buzzing about the new regulation including users' experiences. As...

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Consumer Online Privacy Rights Act (COPRA)

Consumers across the globe have heard new acronyms regarding privacy. From the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) to California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA). All of these regulations have a simple goal; create trust between brands and consumers. However, most...

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The Power of Privacy

If you search the term “privacy” in Google you would see about 19 billions results in half a of second. The reality is people across the globe are interested in learning more about privacy and how they can protect themselves. More importantly the power of consumer...

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Customer Consent…A Slippery Slope

This year companies large and small dealt with managing the ever changing world of consumer consent. Facebook was fined $5 Billion1, Equifax was fined $700 Million2, and British Airways fined $230M3 all for mismanagement of consumer data. These fines have led to the...

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