• pay for privacy

    Pay for privacy is a business model in which customers are charged a fee to ensure that their data will not be shared and is secure from third-party access. In some contexts, a pay for privacy service may be the only option offered. A cloud storage service, for example, might charge customers as a...

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  • Would you be willing to allow a company to track your location if you got offers and upgrades?

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  • Privacy concerns arise with proximity-based beacon technology

    Beacon technology aims to change the way retailers interact with customers. But new location-based technologies usher in not only convenience but also privacy concerns.

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  • Internet of Things privacy (IoT privacy)

    Internet of Things privacy is the special considerations required to protect the information of individuals from exposure in the IoT environment, in which almost any physical or logical entity or object can be given a unique identifier and the ability to communicate autonomously over the Internet...

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  • Cloud encryption: Slaying privacy fears in a post-Snowden world

    Providers offering cloud encryption, transparent security plans will be appealing to customers with privacy concerns.

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  • Apple privacy policy puts consumers before advertisers to ensure sales

    Apple's privacy policy eased user privacy concerns and laid the groundwork for Apple Pay, Apple Watch and health data. Also in Searchlight: former Home Depot workers say the company settled for low-level security; and are 'thinkables' on the horizon?

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  • What mobile privacy policies does your organization have in place?

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  • Experts tackle crafting mobile privacy policies amid looming regulations

    As more corporate data loss and thefts dominate headlines, the number of mobile data-related regulations expands, and employees continue to hold user experience paramount, businesses must enact airtight mobile privacy policies, security experts say.

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  • Beyond privacy policies: Practical privacy for websites and mobile apps

    Posting a privacy policy is not enough. Here's practical advice for privacy on websites and mobile apps.

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  • Privacy laws create obstacles for e-discovery in the cloud

    Information governance expert Jeffrey Ritter discusses how privacy laws create barriers to cloud-based e-discovery, and strategies to manage these complications.

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