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Half of Brits ‘willing to exchange data in return for personalised menu’

Almost half of Brits (48%) are willing to hand over their data to restaurants in return for a personalised menu tailored to their likes and dietary requirements.


12/12/2019  |  Full story...

70% of UK public are uncomfortable with how brands use their data

Giving your communication the human touch can play a crucial role in bridging the gap between data privacy and personalisation, new research by customer consultancy Quadrangle has found.


10/12/2019  |  Full story...

Brexit bots: UK Govt refuses to release Russian interference report before election

A UK report looking into Russian interference into the 2016 EU referendum will not be published until after the election, despite claims that it could be released before.


05/11/2019  |  Full story...

Analytics for a cookieless world: InfoSum debuts first-party data platform Discovery

InfoSum has launch its Discovery platform, which lets media owners make their audiences available for privacy-safe insights, planning and activation without the need for identifying cookies.


01/11/2019  |  Full story...

UK consumers 'more likely to ditch Facebook services than Huawei products'

Nearly a third of Brits (32%) are considering ditching Facebook over privacy concerns, compared to just 11% have similar issues with Huawei, according to new research.


18/10/2019  |  Full story...

GDPR update: Pre-ticked cookie consent forms banned

A new European court ruling has banned pre-ticked cookie consent forms under GDPR rules.


04/10/2019  |  Full story...

UK PM's plans 'to collect data on users' sparks investigation

The UK Prime Minister has reportedly asked civil servants to collect "targeted and personalised" data on users of the government website, sparking an investigation from the UK communications watchdog.

13/09/2019  |  Full story...

Hitachi launches hand gesture biometrics technology for computer security

Hitachi has announced a first-of-its-kind biometric technology that allows users to unlock their computer by simply raising their hand.


11/09/2019  |  Full story...

School and technology: Young Brits want social media lessons and smartphone limits

Ahead of the new academic year next week, young Brits are calling for tighter rules and awareness around the use of smartphones and social media in schools, according to new research.


30/08/2019  |  Full story...

Is GDPR changing data buying? Brands ditching third party data adoption

Are data privacy regulations and the demand for transparency effecting how brands buy data? New research suggests there has been a huge 1,200% increase in second-party data adoption.


30/08/2019  |  Full story...

Facebook lets users see and control ‘off-site’ ad tracking with new privacy tool

Facebook has launched a new privacy tool "Off-Facebook Activity" in a bid to win back the trust of its users after the Cambridge Analytica data scandal last year.

Facebook lets users see and control ‘off-site’ ad tracking with new privacy tool

21/08/2019  |  Full story...

Brands experiencing 'unintended consequences of GDPR and Brexit'

Brands are experiencing unintended consequences of regulation such as GDPR and Brexit, including impacts on the way they approach domain management and security, according to new research.

Brands experiencing 'unintended consequences of GDPR and Brexit'

16/08/2019  |  Full story...

Huge bank of people's biometric data found open on the internet

More than one million fingerprints and a host of usernames and passwords have been exposed on an unsecured database hosted by a security platform that lists the Metropolitan Police among its clients.

Huge bank of people's biometric data found open on the internet

15/08/2019  |  Full story...

Facebook paid workers to transcribe Messenger conversations

Facebook has been paying hundreds of outside contractors to transcribe voice chats carried out using the company's Messenger app, according to a news report.

Facebook paid workers to transcribe Messenger conversations

15/08/2019  |  Full story...

King's Cross developers defend using facial recognition cameras

Developers in King's Cross have defended using facial recognition cameras across its 67-acre central London site, saying there are "sophisticated systems in place to protect" the public's privacy.

King's Cross developers defend using facial recognition cameras

13/08/2019  |  Full story...

Apple and Google stop employees from playing back voice recordings

Google and Apple are suspending some of their voice data-review practices, after it was revealed that both firms allow humans to listen to private conversations on smart speakers and voice apps.


06/08/2019  |  Full story...

'Blazing rows and bedroom chatter': Google smart speaker recordings leaked

Google is investigating the source who leaked information about how it reviews and transcribes recordings from Google Home smart speakers and Google Assistant virtual assistant.


15/07/2019  |  Full story...

US to fine Facebook $5bn for Cambridge Analytica user data scandal- report

The US Federal Trade Commission has voted to approve a fine of about $5bn for Facebook over privacy violations, according to a report.


15/07/2019  |  Full story...

GDPR bites: Marriot fined $99m for data breach

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has issued a second fine this week to hotel chain Marriott for more than £99 million under the GDPR.


11/07/2019  |  Full story...

Biggest GDPR fine yet: British Airways to pay £183m for data breach

British Airways is facing a record fine of £183m for last year's breach of its security systems, which lead to the theft of customer data from the airlines website.



09/07/2019  |  Full story...

Peek into the Matrix? Facebook outage reveals AI tags of user photos

Facebook uses were given a rare behind-the scenes glimpse of how their photos are automatically tagged by the social network, when an outage showed text instead of their profile images.


08/07/2019  |  Full story...

'Sign in with Apple': A new hurdle for location services?

Apple has launched a new "sign in with Apple" tool similar to those offered by Facebook and Google.


06/06/2019  |  Full story...

Third of large UK firms still non-compliant for GDPR personal information requests

A year after the GDPR came into effect, a new study suggests many large UK businesses are struggling to process requests from customers who want to access the personal information stored about them.

Third of large UK firms still non-compliant for GDPR personal information requests

24/05/2019  |  Full story...

GDPR one year on: 67% of people opting in to privacy messages

GDPR one year on: 67% of people opting in to privacy messages

One year on from the introduction of stricter EU privacy laws, marketers mail lists have been reduced but mobile app lists have grown, with firms sending more notifications to customers than before, according to new global research.

23/05/2019  |  Full story...

AOP offers new data guidelines for publishers

The Association for Online Publishing (AOP) has announced the launch of the AOP Protocol that aims to reduce risk and create greater transparency in the age of GDPR.

AOP offers new data guidelines for publishers

09/05/2019  |  Full story...

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