Privacy and Data Protection

Tag: web 2.0

Carlota Perez’s Message of Hope at the Web 2.0 Expo New York

  Web 2.0 Expo, the trade show for the builders of the next-generation web, just ended in New York. As usual since its debut in 2004, the conference offered a rich array of presentations related to the web ecosystem, showcasing innovations and practical advice  in design, marketing, ecommerce, cloud computing and social media. Out of […]

Facebook’s Instant Personalization: It Takes FIFTEEN Steps to ” OPT-OUT “

After Facebook‘s recent changes in their privacy policies, you need to take a few steps if you don’t want your Facebook bio, education & work, hometown, likes and interests data to be publicly shared online, as well as probably sold to behavioral marketers. 1. Go to your Facebook page 2. Go to “account” 3. Go to […]

IAPP Global Privacy Summit 2010 – Hot Topics : Jay Libove on Italy v. Google

At the recent IAPP Global Privacy Summit in Washington, D.C., many hot topics were addressed: Privacy by Design, Behavioral Advertising, the new EU Cookie Consent Law, the Smart Power Grid, the Cloud, Web 2.0, the new EU Model Clause Agreements, Controllers, Processors and Sub-Processors, the recent Google convictions, to name just a few. I interviewed […]

IAPP Global Privacy Summit 2010 – Hot Topics -Privacy by Design in Canada

At the recent IAPP Global Privacy Summit in Washington, D.C., many hot topics were addressed: Privacy by Design, Behavioral Advertising, the new EU Cookie Consent Law, the Smart Power Grid, the Cloud, Web 2.0, the new EU Model Clause Agreements, Controllers, Processors and Sub-Processors, the recent Google convictions, to name just a few. I interviewed […]

IAPP Global Privacy Summit 2010 – Hot Topics: Jules Polonetsky Predicts the Future of Behavioral Advertising

At the recent IAPP Global Privacy Summit in Washington, D.C., many hot topics were addressed: Privacy by Design, Behavioral Advertising, the new EU Cookie Consent Law, the Smart Power Grid, the Cloud, Web 2.0, the new EU Model Clause Agreements, Controllers, Processors and Sub-Processors, the recent Google convictions, to name just a few. I interviewed […]

IAPP Global Privacy Summit 2010 – Hot Topics: Convergence, by Jay Libove, CISSP, CIPP

At the recent IAPP Global Privacy Summit in Washington, D.C., many hot topics were addressed: Privacy by Design, Behavioral Advertising, the new EU Cookie Consent Law, the Smart Power Grid, the Cloud, Web 2.0, the new EU Model Clause Agreements, Controllers, Processors and Sub-Processors, the recent Google convictions, to name just a few. I interviewed […]