Tag: privacy protection

Analytics & Data

Consumer Data Privacy Protection Lessons from $1.2M Sephora Settlement

September 30, 2022

Via: CMSWire

In this 21st century world of people using phones for multiple reasons other than just talking, there are drawbacks to this simplistic take on everyday living. From texting to paying bills to checking emails, users must be wary of their […]

Analytics & Data

Google’s Move Away From Universal Analytics: What It Means for Digital Marketers

April 5, 2022

Via: CMSWire

Google announced earlier this month that its Universal Analytics platform will stop collecting new data on July 1, 2023. Google Analytics 4 will serve as the new analytics property type from the search giant, offering more privacy protection and using […]

E-payment & Security

Edward Snowden Designs Anti-Spying iPhone Case

July 25, 2016


Edward Snowden – the man who leaked classified information from the National Security Agency (NSA) in 2013 and who is hailed by some as a whistleblower and condemned by others as a traitor – has co-created a conceptual iPhone case […]

E-payment & Security

Password managers help keep hackers at bay

December 9, 2015

Via: itCurated

In 2013, we reviewed six password managers, some suitable for enterprises and some primarily for consumers. The field has exploded and today there are more than two dozen products on the market. Even the popular TV show “Shark Tank” recently […]


Mobile App Users Reluctant to Share Location

November 25, 2015

Via: itCurated

Privacy and security are critical to mobile users, most of whom have some understanding of how revealing their mobile data—including location—can be to advertisers, publishers, governments and other internet users. And for many, that means not using location services at […]