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3 hrs ago | Information Technology
The Dataguise BDP3 is built around the Dataguise product suite, which delivers data privacy protection and risk assessment analytics that allow organizations to safely leverage and share enterprise data.
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7 hrs ago | CIO
7 hrs ago | CIO
Social networking site Facebook has modified a controversial service that broadcast details of its users' online activities outside the site to their friends, following complaints about its privacy implications.
10 hrs ago | BBC News
Campaigners have raised privacy concerns over a facial recognition database being developed by the FBI that could contain 52m images by 2015.
11 hrs ago | CIO
Google has updated its terms of service to reflect that it analyzes user content including emails to provide users tailored advertising, customized search results and other features.
11 hrs ago | The Georgia Straight
Elizabeth Denham is also calling for government direction and legislation prohibiting the disclosure of anything other than convictions in police information checks relating to prospective employees who won't be working with kids or vulnerable adults.
11 hrs ago | PSFK
A new Google Glass app called Watch Your Privacy lets wearers know if there are surveillance cameras around them and lets them create their own "safe zones" where they can steer clear of the view of these cameras.
15 hrs ago | Business Journal
Businesses increased their annual class-action spending by about 12 percent from 2012 to 2013, as more companies expect new litigation related to data privacy and security to surface, according to the Carlton Fields Jorden Burt's 2014 Class Action Survey.
20 hrs ago | Reuters
BlackBerry Ltd said on Tuesday it bought a minority stake in privately held healthcare IT firm NantHealth, a move that offers a glimpse into the type of niche markets the smartphone maker is targeting as it attempts to engineer a turnaround.
Yesterday | Education Week
The education industry and K-12 schools are struggling to plot their way out of what has quickly become an emotionally charged and polarized atmosphere around issues of student-data privacy.
Hu Xiaoming, Alibaba's vice president for small- and micro-financial group and chief risk officer, announced in Beijing that the company will invest CNY40 million to establish a security fund.
Dropbox on Tuesday unveiled a new version of its data storage and sharing service for business claimed to provide IT administrators with more control by separating work and personal files.
More U.S. Internet users report they have been victims of data breach, while 80 percent want additional restrictions against sharing of online data, according to two surveys released Monday.
Online auctions, banking, social networks, and competitions are taking the brunt of the burden when it comes to data protection.
Comments to the White House's recent request for comments on "big data" and how it affects Americans were due April 4, but even before all the comments have been reviewed, we can be pretty sure that, as usual, most business comments will run along these lines: We understand and respect privacy rights, and They can be protected by industry best ... (more)
The Central Bank of Ireland will soon authorize the company as an e-money institution, the newspaper said, citing "several people involved in the process."
Glenn Greenwald, left, and Laura Poitras arrive at at John F. Kennedy International Airport, Friday, April 11, 2014 in New York.
Google has a lot of mud thrown at it, and while a lot of it slides off, there is a good proportion that sticks.