The FTC is hosting a workshop on “informational injury,” asking about the “qualitatively different types of injuries” consumers experience “from privacy and data security incidents.”
Internet-connected products can be used to eavesdrop on families or even communicate with children.
As the calendar year comes to a close, many of us in the privacy field find ourselves tending to year-end tasks, planning for the start of a fresh first quarter, and reflecting on the last 12 months of work. Year-end program statistics are gathered, budgets for the next year loom on the horizon, and measuring and demonstrating the efficacy of your compliance program to internal and external stakeholders becomes top of mind. In short, this is an excellent time to consider privacy program metrics.
Three fellow co-defendants remain at large in Russia, unlikely to be extradited.
In addition to establishing best practices, building trust with employees is key, too.
Businesses that provide services designed to show that electronic data is authentic and can be trusted have been issued with new UK guidance that outlines their obligations on security and breach reporting.
A viral tweet showing a hidden camera found in an Airbnb has rekindled the debate around home sharing and privacy.
PayPal Holdings Inc. said Friday that personally identifiable information for roughly 1.6 million users has potentially been compromised at a company it acquired earlier this year.
Sopranica is a surveillance-free cellular network built by volunteers from around the world. It’s easy to use and free to set up.
A memo from the Immigration and Customs Enforcement bureau says the firm’s commercial products may be sending sensitive information about U.S. infrastructure back to China, raising security concerns.