At a Technology Policy Institute conference in Colorado in August, Politico interviewed two FTC commissioners about data security and privacy issues of concern to survey, opinion and marketing rese
“The world has gone wireless,” said commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
She may only be a freshman U.S. Senator, but she is directly challenging the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).
A recently revealed study by Facebook of its users triggered both legal and ethical concerns about privacy, transparency and respondent consent. A U.S.
Is the legal framework underpinning the allowed sharing of data across the Atlantic an anachronism in need of replacement, or is it essential to the economic relationship between the U.S.
The White House finished their brief review of Big Data and privacy, presenting a technical report and policy recommendations to Presi
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Updated Federal Rules of Civil Procedure require companies, entities and parties involved in Federal litigation to produce "Electronically Stored Information (ESI)" as part of the discovery process, when evidence is shared by both sides before a trial.
The White House requested comments as part of President Obama's review of Big Data and privacy, in a more formal fashion than their
Senator Blumenthal on what worries him about data security, consumer privacy, and the Internet of Things
“What worries me is what worries consumers,” said Senator Richard Blumenthal (R-CT). “(1) Security and (2) privacy.”