Iowa and North Carolina join the others
Apr 9 2014, 3:37pm CDT
Source: Post Politics: - The Washington Post
An Irish judge has rendered a preliminary judgment that may have sweeping consequences for U.S. e-commerce firms. The judgment involves a case by a European privacy activist against Facebook. Businesses like Facebook, Google and Microsoft use an arrangement called Safe Harbor (which I’ve written about at length) to export personal data from Europe to the U.S. They also base their operations in Ireland for tax reaso ...
Full article at: Post Politics: - The Washington Post
Jun 20 2014, 10:37am CDT
Source: Arkansas News Bureau
JONESBORO — Arkansas State University said Friday a data breach may have exposed some personally identifiable information in a database of people who have registered to participate in continuing-education workshops on early childhood ...
Full article at: Arkansas News Bureau
May 30 2014, 5:20pm CDT
Source: Eagle Forum
Back to May 2014 Ed Reporter Student Privacy Under Attack With increased emphasis on computer analytics as a means to assess student progress and overall learning, particularly that demanded due to Common Core standards, wide-ranging personal information about students and … Continue reading →
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May 22 2014, 1:13pm CDT
It’s only two hours between Sacramento, California’s state capitol, and the Silicon Valley, the world’s technology...
Jan 6 2014, 11:16am CST