What’s Happening to EU Privacy Law? An FAQ
It's All About Revenue
FEBRUARY 1, 2012
by Jesse Noyes | Tweet this Privacy law in the European Union was back in the headlines recently. That’s due to proposed changes to EU privacy protections that were released by The European Commission. A lot of people were likely scratching their heads, wondering how the proposed changes to EU privacy law would impact them and their business. Well, our own Chief Security and Privacy Officer, Dennis Dayman , follows this news the way some follow celebrity gossip. What is changing in EU privacy law? What’s Happening to EU Privacy Law?
Klout overhauls its business model, but does it answer its critics?
grow - Practical Marketing Solutions
AUGUST 14, 2012
The new site will be introduced this week to a small set of users and will roll out in increments over the course of the next few weeks, according to Fernandez. Privacy. Klout has been caught up in some embarrassing privacy miscues, including showing profiles from minors on the site and re-introducing people into the Klout system who had opted-out. Transparency.
Obey Facebook’s Rules of Engagement (Or Else)
SEPTEMBER 10, 2014
Protect data. The main problem that the app providers face is trying to figure out which customer is generating the spam ratings, because in most cases hundreds of customers of their customers are sharing the same app pool. This section is all about privacy and control. If you are tracking a person’s activity, provide an opt-out from that tracking. Period.
Marketo’s Position on the New Privacy Developments
Modern B2B Marketing
JANUARY 10, 2011
by Josh Aberant Within the past month we’ve seen major privacy initiatives from three major players in the online commerce space: FTC with a Do Not Track list proposal; Microsoft with announcements of tracking blocking technology in the upcoming release of the Internet Explorer browser; US Dept. of Commerce with its calls for baseline federal privacy regulation and a federal privacy office.