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    As privacy and security concerns rise, President Obama is urged to dismiss the call for government backdoors.

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  • Researchers raise privacy concerns about Bluetooth Low Energy devices

    Researchers have raised privacy concerns about a growing number of devices using Bluetooth Low Energy technology

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  • IoT benefits and privacy not mutually exclusive, says industry expert

    It is possible to mitigate the privacy and security risks of the internet of things (IoT) without losing its benefits, according to an industry expert

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  • Is the Open Wireless Router project applicable in the enterprise?

    The Open Wireless Movement's Open Wireless Router project can reportedly improve privacy and security, but is it enterprise safe? Network security expert Kevin Beaver explains.

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  • RFID: a threat to privacy?

    Surveillance is becoming much easier thanks to radio frequency identification (RFID) technology - a fact not lost on...

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  • Insider threat: Balancing security with privacy

    How can organisations increase security without affecting productivity or encroaching on employees’ right to privacy?

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  • Employee privacy rights: When is it OK to spy on employees?

    Having a sound enterprise policy is everything if your organization wants to "spy" on employees -- otherwise it'll find itself violating employee privacy rights.

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  • Video: BYOD legal issues arise under data protection, privacy laws

    In this video, learn how organizations should protect themselves from BYOD legal issues in the face of evolving data security and privacy laws.

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  • What do you think of the proposed privacy bill of rights?

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  • Experts: Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights may ease privacy compliance

    The Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights proposed by the Obama administration is a good first step, according to experts, and may simplify privacy compliance for enterprises currently dealing with many different state laws.

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