Tags: Internet

pii2014: Reaching the Connected Consumer: Mobile Advertising and Privacy

Moderator: Larry Magid, Technology Analyst, CBS News Alan Chapell, President, Chapell & Associates Saira Nayak, Chief Privacy Officer, Tune Alison Pepper, Senior Director of Public Policy, IAB Introductions. Larry: a true story: I was having dinner with friends, flight next morning. Giant Nexus lit up and gave him the information he was just talking about. […]

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pii2014: Trust and the Evolution of Security

Moderator: Kim Zetter, Senior Reporter, WIRED Mark Risher, Head of Product Management for Google Spam and Abuse, Google Justin Somaini, Chief Trust Officer, Box Bob West, (someone), Chief Trust Officer, CipherCloud [note: speakers were introduced but not identified, so I didn’t know who was who.] Kim: we’re entering the era of big box breaches. Why […]

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pii2014: Smart, Fast and Connected: How the Internet of Things is Disrupting Data Collection

Moderator: Mary Ludloff, Co-founder and VP, PatternBuilders and Co-author, Privacy and Big Data Nandini Jolly, CEO, CryptoMill Technologies John Kincaide, Policy Attorney, Intel Plamen Nedeltchev, Distinguished Engineer Cisco IT, Cisco Systems Mary: Internet of Things is quite a popular topic here. It’s now responsible for expanding the digital universe by double. What are you seeing […]

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The Facebook Empire

This article was originally posted at the I Shared What?!? blog on 9 March 2011. Noting Facebook’s continued and expanded efforts to “drive external content in, own that content per its user guidelines, and continue exploiting users’ data,” Geoff Livingston has taken a stand: The Facebook Empire Ends Here. In a move that could be […]

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A Data Use Policy

This article was originally posted at the I Shared What?!? blog on 28 February 2011. Facebook’s “privacy policy,” criticized as being “5830 words of legalese,” is being re-imagined as a data use policy. True to form, privacy is a misnomer in describing the data use by Facebook. In an article called Facebook Proposes ‘Data Use’ Policy […]

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