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Posted on 03. May, 2012 by Yassir Nawaz.
In my previous post, I described new privacy-enhancing technologies that can help protect consumer identity and privacy in business transactions. I also referenced new technologies that can provide greater privacy for personal data stored and processed on the remote servers belonging to companies such as Google, Facebook and Amazon.
In theory, these technologies relax the tension [...]
Posted on 30. Apr, 2012 by Yassir Nawaz.
Internet giants Facebook and Google have recently announced major changes to their privacy policies. This news comes on the heels of several major data breaches and once again highlights a compelling paradox: While consumers fear theft of personal information and want more control over their privacy, companies want to collect more and more personal information [...]