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Opinion: Researchers want your medical data, you don't want to share -- and it's no wonder, considering our overlords' attitude to privacy.
Under new rules, websites have to gain parental approval before storing a child's videos, photos or GPS data.
Businesses must learn how to harness social sales to stay ahead of the curve.
Students are planning legal action in a campaign to improve social networking giant Facebook's data protection regulations.
Winshuttle is now under the umbrella of private equity firm STG.
A new scheme dubbed 'Connected Citizens' will give real-time anonymized crowdsourced traffic data to government departments.
The Information Commissioner's Office has published guidelines describing best practices for handling anonymous data.
Box Zones allows enterprise clients to store data in different regions to address compliance issues which may be caused by GDPR.
A coalition has accused YouTube of violating child protection laws.