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Tag: data privacy

A new firewall: multifamily data privacy and security

In the wake of increased and intensified data breaches, legislators are moving to protect their constituents. On June 28, 2018, California passed the most...

Smart city backlash

A new phase of pause seems to have gripped the three-decades-old global movement of overstressed urban centers transitioning to so-called smart cities with innovative,...

High-end homeowners love biometric tech—but should they?

A slew of new, biometric home technology has hit the market in recent years, letting homeowners unlock doors and access apartments with nothing more...

Infographic: Is convenience a fair trade for privacy?

Is convenience a fair trade for privacy? What level of market share constitutes a monopoly, effectively obstructing free market competition? Driver’s licenses, passports, mugshots—are searched using...
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What then, after the darkness?

After several Websites, including Wikipedia, protested by going dark, both pieces of legislation were shelved. Meanwhile, proponents of the two bills—News Corp. CEO Rupert...

Drinking through a firehose: has data mining gone too far?

"Even traditional companies have discovered they can generate totally new lines of business by collecting and using their customers' information," says Andrea Matwyshyn, professor...

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