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The State of Privacy, Pt. 2: Privacy vs. Sociableness

Posted on 28. Aug, 2013 by .

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In my last post I described the fervor with which the European Union is cracking down on the ‘observation’ of consumers by organizations who are building profiles of consumers’ behavior, browsing habits and shopping routines – both online and off.  New, proposed legislation, the Union’s General Data Protection Regulation, aims to limit some activities and [...]

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The State of Privacy, Part 1: The Right to be Forgotten

Posted on 28. Jul, 2013 by .

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While US citizens and companies are awakening to the spectrum of new opportunities available to them by relationships developed through internet-based marketing programs and social media portals, in contrast, the EU is considering relatively severe restraints for companies and vendors operating through the internet.  It’s a continuation of the EU’s strong stand for personal privacy [...]

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