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Michelle Gallaher Jul 13
Facebook to be fined USD$5bn for Cambridge Analytica privacy violations – 200x larger than anything like it, setting an important baseline in
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Jérémie Bourdon Jul 14
“Teach Educators and Students to Be Responsible Data Guardians”
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Wrangu Jul 12
LAST CHANCE! Survey closing in 3 days. Calling all Data Privacy Professionals... Are internal politics holding your data privacy efforts back? We want to hear from you, share your experience! It only takes one minute, take the Survey now 👉
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Shira Rubinoff 12h
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BlackFog 2h
is a benefit, not a burden for organisations - we couldn't agree more! Read more in this fascinating feature in :
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PossibleNOW 10h
"The US gov't spent months coming up with a punishment for ’s long list of privacy-related bad behavior, and the best it could do was so weak that Facebook’s stock price went up."
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VETRI.global 9h
goes mainstream. "The great Hack", a documentary about the exploitation of our personal data online, premiers on Netflix next week.
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olgierd syczewski 15h
Lets discuss - privacy page says that they “may share User Content and your information with businesses that are legally part of the same group of companies that FaceApp is.” Pls be aware what you are doing in the internet!
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CyberJedi Jul 16
I looove my colleagues and job
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Security Engineered Machinery - SEM Jul 16
NY Businesses could soon be faced with stricter standards on breach notification and data security, thanks to a bill that the State Legislature recently passed:
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Alexander Knoedel 18h
Google Is Absolutely Listening to Your Conversations, and It Confirms Why People Don't Trust Big Tech |
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MobileAppDaily 11h
, an unofficial version of Messenger fooled around 100K people. . . Weirdly, the was available on the . So, is it safe on the most trusted ? . .
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Shayshi K Bhalla 19h
Cities are setting up guardrails for how data will be gathered as the age of smart cities nears.
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myGaru 14h
The floodgates have now opened on GDPR fines - this is the price you pay for not taking seriously! 💰 Facebook facing multi-billion dollar fine over Cambridge Analytica Scandal -
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Luis Pablo Alcala Jul 15
Vs. : Understanding The Distinction In Defending Your Data
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Security Engineered Machinery - SEM Jul 12
20 years ago, a statement of 600 words was all that was needed to explain data privacy. Today that same statement is over 4,000 words - and shows how complicated data and privacy have become. Take a look at the history of these changes:
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MADANA Jul 15
Violations of the laws no longer go unpunished - even in the land of unlimited possibilities. has to pay $5 billion in the wake of the scandal.
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SecurityGuill 🌐 9h
Today I decided to make an that presents"Kerberos", one of the most used network authentication protocols, which is based on a ticket mechanism🎫🔐 ➡️Follow me: 🌐for more about
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SHWETA METALIYA 20h
Computer people take decision wisely....😀😀😀
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MLex Jul 16
Facebook's reported settlement with FTC spurs dissent and criticism By . Read it here:
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