Search for: Their

Privacy Lawyers' Private Talks With Judge at Roger Stone Trial Offer Hints About Their Tactics

Stone’s lawyers have objected to the prosecution’s questions as well, but less frequently. Hints can be gleaned from the private conferences about what lawyers want to ask but can’t bring up, and...

Privacy Michael Dell on how businesses can gain insight from their data

Michael Dell, founder and CEO of Dell Technologies, joins "Squawk Box" as well as guest house Tom Farley, chairman and CEO of Far Point Acquisition and former NYSE president, to discuss the...

Privacy Newlywed’s family vow to sue hotel for ‘breaching their privacy’ after wedding brawl footage shared online

A NEWLYWED'S family has vowed to sue a hotel for "breaching their privacy" after a video of a violent brawl at their nuptials was shared online. Dramatic footage shows a lavish wedding descending...

Privacy People are throwing away their Fitbits over fears about privacy after Google announces $2.1 billion buyout of the wearable tech company

Strong privacy and security guidelines have been part of Fitbit’s DNA since day one ... We will give Fitbit users the choice to review, move, or delete their data.' ...

Privacy Teens take Instagram seriously — and it's costing some of them their personal data

Throughout the summer, Stier repeatedly tried to raise the issue with government regulators. Stier got a response from Ireland's Data Protection Commission (DPC), a government entity responsible...

Privacy Privacy and Apple continue their friendship with iOS 13

Whether it’s a breach of your own privacy or something where the data itself could be used in a nefarious way. And so we’ve never thought it was right to do it, and we’ve always thought that you...

Privacy After Google's Fitbit deal, EU says worrying when firms targeted for their data

"In general we have a concern if companies merge because of data," Vestager told a news briefing at Web Summit. She added that regulators then considered the questions of, does this create a...

Privacy People are binning their FitBits over fears about privacy

And we will give Fitbit users the choice to review, move, or delete their data." James Park, co-founder and CEO of FitBit, concurred: “Strong privacy and security guidelines have been part of...

Privacy Businesses must take data privacy seriously, as a growing chorus of Indians seeks greater control over their data

But in September this year, Privacy International reported that the app shares this information with Facebook. Speaking with Anwiti Singh from 101reporters.com, Bidisha says that the app breached...

Privacy BitMEX exposes some users’ email IDs to other users, affecting their privacy

Cryptocurrency derivatives exchange BitMEX today sent a mass email to its users with their email addresses in the "To" field, affecting their privacy. Confirming the issue, BitMEX announced Friday ...

Privacy Your customers don’t want absolute privacy — just fair compensation for their data

While many of us understand that our data is being used in some way, there is still some mystery surrounding exactly how it is being used and to what extent. As such, privacy, data ownership, and ...

Privacy Internet firms tap into soft-skill providers to train their gig workforce

The internet firms have ramped up training following a rise in customer complaints ... Zomato among others.” The EconomicTimes.com privacy and cookie policy has been updated to align with the new...

Privacy Clinicians Lament Invasions of Their Personal Privacy: Poll

The largest percentage of physicians overall (32%) chose that as the potential invasion of privacy that worried them most. Fewer nurses were concerned about such recordings (18% ranked it first).

Privacy German and Swiss Companies Seek Cloud and Data Center Services to Grow their Businesses

The 2019 ISG Provider Lens™ Private/Hybrid Cloud — Data Center Services & Solutions Reports — one focused on Germany, the other on Switzerland — see the cloud and data center markets in each...

Privacy Cybersecurity Message Reaches Internet Users' Homes With an Awareness Campaign Placed on Their Doors

created by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and National Cyber Security Alliance to ensure everyone has the resources they need to stay safe and secure online. This year’s theme is: “Own It.

Privacy How Can Airlines Protect Their Customers and Data From Evolving Cyberthreats?

The highly sensitive nature of flight systems, passenger data and the interactions between them make data security and privacy a leading concern for airline CEOs, particularly considering...

Privacy NetWise Earns Independent Privacy Compliance and Quality Certification for Their Data Products and Systems Architecture

The certification of NetWise included reviews of platform architecture, data collection, data filtering, measurement and reporting, data segment testing, data protection and privacy, access...

Privacy Hawley Introduces Bipartisan Bill Empowering Users to Withdraw Their Data from Social Media Giants

giving consumers the power to transfer their data — like friends lists and profile information — across platforms with a simple tool, as well as let third parties update and manage account and...

Privacy U.S. senators want social media users to be able to take their data with them

Data portability has been promoted in the past as giving consumers the power to move their data, which could spur the growth of social media alternatives that offer features such as greater privacy...

Privacy Tulsa World editorial: Private school parents shouldn't be able to use public school money for their kids to enroll in virtual charters

Whether state law prohibits private school children from enrolling in virtual charter schools or not is a question for the courts, but if it doesn’t, it certainly should. We have no problem with ...