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What is the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA / AB375)?

The CCPA (which may still be amended by the time it comes into force) seeks to put privacy rules around larger tech companies and tech brokers or else California residents may sue them (though it is believed many states will…

22 Apr 2019 Read More

Is my Mobile Phone Company or Internet Service Provider (ISP) Selling Which Sites I Have Been To?

The short answer is maybe (probably, even). There have been plenty of reports that they are selling all sorts of data, possibly at an individual level, possibly at an aggregated level. In fact, the FTC has asked seven providers to…

22 Apr 2019 Read More

Apple & Microsoft Focusing on Privacy

With the increased concern around privacy, consumers are demanding more secure/private products...and they are spending their money that way. Companies such as Microsoft and Apple have heard their concerns and are letting consumers know that they are listening. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A_6uV9A12ok Apple…

22 Apr 2019 Read More

Is My Credit Card Company Sharing My Data?

The short answer is maybe. In 2013, AdAge had sources tell them that data was available to target groups of credit card users (rather than at an individual level). They also reported: The information supplied by credit card firms and…

22 Apr 2019 Read More
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