What's Up? is a fantastic free app utilising some of the best CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) and ACT (Acceptance Commitment Therapy)...
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While the debate continues on whether some of the apps allowed on the App Store and Google Play are malicious, Sophos claims that users are going to make up their minds for businesses by voting with their downloads.
Restaurant surveillance may improve profit margins -- but not because owners can catch thieves in the act.
Twitter fabricated customer references for its television-related advertising platform. Experts explain why honest testimonials are critical to enterprise technology marketing.
Predictive text keyboard app can now back up user behavioural data in the cloud and sync the information across multiple devices.
There's an assumption from marketers that people will accept more and more behavioural tracking to help target marketing activity, but it seems Gen Y isn't that keen.
This free edition requires your school to have the Insight App Server plugin installed.Your childs information brought directly to...
These professionals help organizations identify human vulnerabilities in their network systems and finetune security development, but effectiveness depends on their level of technical expertise.
CamMeasure is the iPhone-app with highest performance by measuring height (Lite Version), width, distances and areas. It is a must...
MIT researchers have identified a new material that shares many of graphene’s interesting properties. Writing in Nano Letters, the researchers describe how thin films of bismuth-antimony share a property with graphene called two-dimensional Dirac cones.
An improved code for mobile premium services comes into force in June. Tighter controls in the industry are needed.
The European Commission has dropped a privacy infringement case against the UK government over BT trials of Phorm behavioural advertising.The government avoided Commission legal action by changing UK privacy legislation, the Commission said in a statement on Thursday.
Neelie Kroes has given online companies a deadline of June 2012 to set a standard to let people opt out of being tracked on the web, saying she will use 'all available means' to ensure privacy
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The Crown Prosecution Service has decided not to prosecute BT over secret trials of Phorm behavioural advertising technology in 2006 and 2007.Privacy campaigner Alexander Hanff received a letter from the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) on Friday saying that it would not prosecute BT due to insufficient evidence to secure a conviction.
The company's Chrome extension will allow users to tailor the personalisation of ads, following Mozilla's push for do-not-track features for browser privacy
The web browser maker has said that a blanket behavioural-ad blocking mechanism will not be available in the next version of the popular web browser, contrary to recent reports
Under EU law, behavioural advertisers need consumers to agree, but the details may be less onerous than the industry feared, says Struan Robertson
People need to consent to cookies that track behaviour so adverts can be served to their PC, a group of European privacy authorities has said
A report by the Office of Fair Trading has shown that online advertisers need to clarify their behavioural advertising for consumers
But is more legislation needed?
So-called 'three strikes' laws ignore due process and are technologically unfeasible to implement, according to security guru Bruce Schneier
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