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How to Ensure Data Privacy in the Time of Coronavirus – ReadWrite

The Coronavirus pandemic has brought about disruptive technology solutions to slow the spread of the virus and minimize its impact. Contact tracing utilizing mobile technology is one promising but controversial solution that has been tested in some countries and proposed in the United States. The Washington Post reports that millions of people around the globe …

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Perspective | Nobody reads privacy policies. This senator wants lawmakers to stop pretending we do.

Perspective | Nobody reads privacy policies. This senator wants lawmakers to stop pretending we do.

So I was intrigued when Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) called me recently to say he wants lawmakers to stop pretending like we do. “Nobody reads the small print,” he said. “You end up giving up far too much data.” Congress has been debating a consumer privacy law since before there were Web browsers, but the …

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Twitter’s Newest Trick Relies on Tracking More of Your Clicks

Twitter introduced a new feature Wednesday that prompts users to read links to articles before sharing them. When users try to post links without opening them, a message appears, saying “Headlines don’t tell the full story, want to read this before Retweeting?” Limited to only Android users for now, the new feature is part of …

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Amazon Won't Let Police Use Its Facial Recognition Tech for One Year

Amazon Won’t Let Police Use Its Facial Recognition Tech for One Year

Amazon announced on Wednesday it was implementing a “one-year moratorium” on police use of Rekognition, its facial recognition technology. Lawmakers and civil liberties groups have expressed growing alarm over the tool’s potential for misuse by law enforcement for years, particularly against communities of color. Now, weeks into worldwide protests against police brutality and racism sparked …

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What is the California Consumer Privacy Act? | SendGrid

What is the California Consumer Privacy Act? | SendGrid

In our 2020 Email Deliverability Guide, we took a deep dive into all things email deliverability, including how privacy and compliance affect your delivery rates. As we continue to depend on the internet for communications and business, we’ve seen an uptick in privacy legislation around the world aiming to protect internet users. Heavy-hitting regulations such …

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Americans Worried About Surrendering Privacy During and After Pandemic

As governments across the world look towards curbing the spread of COVID-19 and plug holes in the health care system, a debate has resurfaced over the issue of privacy. This is because medical data companies, governments, and international agencies accessing this information is now a real issue. Stances on Pandemic Privacy This has brought to …

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