As the FTC investigates Facebook’s role in its privacy mishaps, The Washington Post anticipates the company paying trillions in fines.
While digital giant is allowed to pass data to detectives during an investigation, Google users’ and decision makers’ right to privacy might be at risk.
In response to the Cambridge Analytics scandal, many organizations have collaborated to draft a security pledge that addresses issues in current tech companies’ privacy policies.
When it comes to understanding customer data, the trick is in finding the right Customer Relationship Management (CRM) technology that breaks down the data for you.
Due to a recent major security breach, Americans are reportedly less likely to trust Facebook to adhere to privacy laws.
The British tech company gained access to over 50 million Facebook users’ personal data without total consent and is reported to have used this information to affect the outcome of the 2016 presidential election.
As both companies are under fire for shady data practices, decision makers can evaluate their business’s social media usage, and how to keep end users’ information safe.
Perhaps it’s only because I write about the technology space, but why is it now that consumers are up in arms about Facebook and the data they use?
Urban Farming is a practice that involves growing and harvesting crops in city environments. A niche practice at present, big data could be the key to unlocking its potential.
Even though GDPR is being instituted by European Union countries, all companies conducting business there are affected, and could lose millions if compliance isn’t followed.