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Why Enterprises are Looking to Blockchain for Better Data Privacy

Why Enterprises are Looking to Blockchain for Better Data Privacy

Can blockchain ensure data privacy? IBM certainly seems to think so. Earlier this month, according to a filing published by the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) IBM has applied to patent a system that would use blockchain tech to tackle privacy and security concerns for drones.

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Crazies at the Social Media Barricades: Unintended Consequences and Next Steps

Crazies at the Social Media Barricades: Unintended Consequences and Next Steps

As we said far too often back in college, “It all seemed like a good idea at the time.” Consider these inspiring mission statements: "Facebook's mission is to give people the power to build community and bring the world closer together.

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Customer Analytics Under GDPR: What CMOs Need to Know

Customer Analytics Under GDPR: What CMOs Need to Know

“Consumers have stronger rights to be informed about how organizations use their personal data” ― Elizabeth Denham, information commissioner, ICO For data-driven companies, the question is not “will GDPR impact day-to-day business operations” but “how significantly?” What many CMOs fear is how GDPR will affect their ability to use

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How Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica Scandal Impacted the Intersection of Privacy and Regulation

How Facebook's Cambridge Analytica Scandal Impacted the Intersection of Privacy and Regulation

Facebook’s data harvesting scandal rocked the privacy world earlier this year, in part because the incident occurred at a time of increased scrutiny and emphasis on the global privacy and regulatory landscape.

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How Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica Scandal Impacted the Intersection of Privacy and Regulation

How Facebook's Cambridge Analytica Scandal Impacted the Intersection of Privacy and Regulation

Facebook’s data harvesting scandal rocked the privacy world earlier this year, in part because the incident occurred at a time of increased scrutiny and emphasis on the global privacy and regulatory landscape.

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What You Should Know About the ePrivacy Regulation

What You Should Know About the ePrivacy Regulation

You've probably had your fill of European regulations involving data, privacy and communications by now. But more is in store for those multinational companies with operations or customers in Europe who have just gone through the May 25 roll out of the General Data Protection Regulation.

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GDPR Compliance: Just Because You Don’t Have to Doesn’t Mean You Shouldn’t

GDPR Compliance: Just Because You Don’t Have to Doesn’t Mean You Shouldn’t

Is your company prepared for the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which went into effect on May 25? Do your executives even think you need to be?  For many companies, the answers are no and no — and that’s worrying.

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How to Obtain Consent, Remain GDPR-Compliant and Not Alienate Your Customers

How to Obtain Consent, Remain GDPR-Compliant and Not Alienate Your Customers

The GDPR is in full swing for the European Union (EU), and that means more work for brands processing the data of EU citizens. But it doesn’t always mean more work regarding obtaining consent for such data processing — if you’ve already done so in a GDPR-compliant manner.

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