ISCOOP | FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 2013
[Privacy Protection] NGOs Call for Transparency on Mass Surveillance
The groups are calling on Open Government Partnership (OGP) member governments to include specific commitments in their OGP Action Plans to overhaul privacy laws, protect whistleblowers, and increase transparency on surveillance mechanisms as well as the export of surveillance technology. Albania Armenia Belarus Kyrgyzstan News Russi
MARKETING ACTION | FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2013
[Privacy Protection] New California Do Not Track Law Affects Online Marketers
MARKETING ACTION | WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 2013
[Privacy Protection] Marketing to Kids? Mind the New Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) Provisions
'If you run a website designed for kids or have a website geared to a general audience but collect information from someone you know is under 13*, you must comply with the Federal Trade Commission’s Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act ( COPPA). Strengthen the FTC’s oversight of self-regulatory safe harbor programs.
WEBBIQUITY | SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2013
[Privacy Protection] Ensure Your Business Looks Good Online
WINDMILL NETWORKING | TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2012
[Privacy Protection] Should Social Media Marketers Worry About Privacy?
“Privacy is dead, and social media hold the smoking gun.”. – Pete Cashmore, CEO of Mashable. Can we thank social media for the end of privacy? recently mentioned the word privacy to a social media business colleague while researching the topic of this post. Some people might opt for a selective approach to privacy.
GROW - PRACTICAL MARKETING SOLUTIONS | TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, 2012
[Privacy Protection] Klout overhauls its business model, but does it answer its critics?
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. “Our goal is to lead the industry in matters of privacy protection.” Probably the biggest concern has been privacy.
BIZNOLOGY | TUESDAY, JULY 31, 2012
[Privacy Protection] Do you have a handle on your online reputation?
I have spent years blogging forth everything I know about online brand promotion in the form of social media marketing and digital PR; now, I will be focusing primarily on online brand protection in the form of online reputation management and online privacy protection. As Burping in Church. Song of Myself. profile? Pinterest?
WINDMILL NETWORKING | THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 2012
[Privacy Protection] From Ill-Advised to Illegal: Employers Face New Laws On Social Media Monitoring
Employees cried “Invasion of privacy!” ” Even Facebook’s Chief Privacy Officer, Erin Egan, issued a statement titled “ Protecting Your Passwords and Your Privacy ” that warned employers to not require passwords from applicants and employees. The media went crazy. Congress.
IT'S ALL ABOUT REVENUE | WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2012
[Privacy Protection] What’s Happening to EU Privacy Law? An FAQ
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. Well, our own Chief Security and Privacy Officer, Dennis Dayman , follows this news the way some follow celebrity gossip.
IT'S ALL ABOUT REVENUE | MONDAY, JUNE 6, 2011
[Privacy Protection] Danah Boyd On Privacy and Online Social Cues
by Jesse Noyes | Tweet this Always the virtual iconoclast, Danah Boyd , a senior researcher at Microsoft, made the argument that when we talk about protecting people’s privacy, we probably don’t know what we’re talking about. Businesses that handle customers’ personal data need to make protecting that information a top priority.
WORKFACE | WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 2011
[Privacy Protection] Going Social in Search Engines
The problem is that increasingly the game of search and the game of social are governed by privacy rules. In other cases my anonymity is protected by default. has always started in a rather transparent state and gradually moved toward higher levels of privacy protection. How can search engines become more social? 42.34%.
E-STORM | TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 2011
[Privacy Protection] Technologies are no longer the great disruptors; the consumer is.
MODERN B2B MARKETING | WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2011
[Privacy Protection] FTC & its Do Not Track List: Themes and Terminology
by Josh Aberant In this privacy blog series , we’ve been reviewing the trends and changes happening in US privacy within online marketing and business. One of the biggest recent announcements was, of course, the FTC’s privacy report “Protecting Consumer Privacy in an Era of Rapid Change”. Do Not Track: (a.k.a.
MODERN B2B MARKETING | MONDAY, JANUARY 10, 2011
[Privacy Protection] Marketo’s Position on the New Privacy Developments
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. Exposure to FTC’s Do Not Track.
MODERN B2B MARKETING | THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 2011
[Privacy Protection] These Days in Privacy – How new developments in privacy may affect online marketing
by Josh Aberant These are exciting times in privacy. The end of 2010 is proving to be a formative time for new privacy protections. We’ve seen three major new privacy proposals within the last month. At the start of December the FTC came out with their privacy review report and recommendations. Buckle Up!
SAZBEAN | WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2010
[Privacy Protection] 5 Tips for Protecting Your Privacy on Facebook
Privacy Settings. Under Accounts in the upper right, click on Privacy settings. To control who can see what, use the Customize Settings link in the Privacy settings discussed above — you can make it so all your friends except for certain lists can see certain content. Facebook’s privacy settings are confusing.
BIZNOLOGY | TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2010
[Privacy Protection] A different kind of Facebook privacy issue
I've been in Europe the last ten days (coming home today) and it's easy to see how European cultures differ from that of America, especially when it comes to privacy. Facebook has had many missteps on privacy in the last few years and suddenly informing everyone that their status updates will be made public might not go over big.