When it comes to big data and privacy, mistakes are inevitable. But it's how you respond that will most affect your reputation and bottom line, stress Intel privacy officers.
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The human-rights group is calling for action over claims Yahoo is 'cheerfully sacrificing human rights in return for a cut of the Chinese market'
Customer Respect Group analyzed privacy policies of 464 major companies. The top 10 companies rated for privacy were Intel, Expedia, E-Loan, Verizon Wireless, Estee Lauder Companies, Marriott International, Con-Way Transportation Services, IBM and Medco Health Solutions.
Privacy advocates are calling on patients to boycott centralised health records
Tesco's plan to increase the use of radio barcode technology is under fire from campaigners who claim it is a privacy nightmare
Microsoft huddles with Intel and AMD on building security into PCs by fusing protected Windows software with hardware. It could lead to a strongbox for data--or a threat to privacy.
First published: Mon, 25 Jan 1999 17:05:20 GMT
The Centre for Democracy and Technology, a privacy and consumer rights group, said it will file a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission on Friday, citing Intel for unfair trade practices in bringing its processor ID to market.
The CDT says Intel's chip ID invites privacy invasion, and its FTC complaint is designed to foster debate on privacy and the Net.
Consumer privacy advocates are threatening to extend their boycott of Intel's next-generation Pentium III chip to the computer manufacturers who use it.
Privacy advocates threaten computer manufacturers planning to use Intel's ID chip.
Online privacy advocates emerged from a meeting with Intel officials angrier than ever about the chip maker's plans to put ID numbers on its Pentium III processors and may eventually demand a recall of the next-generation chips.
Intel has blinked in the growing controversy over its plans to include ID technology in its new chips. Even as several advocacy groups were calling for a boycott of Intel products, the company announced it is backtracking in how the technology, which could be used to track chip users over the Internet, will be deployed.
Advocacy groups says users should not buy Intel products until chip ID technology is turned off.
But advocacy groups still plan a boycott until privacy issues is addressed.
Addressing privacy concerns, Intel Corp. stated Thursday it was being extremely careful in implementing its new processor ID number scheme.
PC chip giant Intel Corp. has confirmed reports that it would start shipping processors with embedded serial numbers, starting with the Pentium III later this quarter.
Chip maker will continue to discuss privacy issues surrounding processor ID numbers.
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