In the science fiction film, Terminator, computers designed to think and act like humans decided they didn’t need carbon-based lifeforms and set out to end the pesky human race. While it’s easy to dismiss depictions of artificial intelligence as Hollywood fantasy, the use of algorithms to help make good decisions continues to grow in scope and scale.
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Since 2005, the Identity Theft Resource Center (ITRC) has been collecting information about data breaches. While we have probably stopped counting the number of data breach notification letters we’ve received over the years, the ITRC has tallied more than 11,000 publicly reported data breaches and related events during the past 15 years.
Continue reading What Happened to Data Breaches in 2019?
There’s a struggle underway in the business community. For nearly two years, the advertising marketplace that facilitates the give and take between buyers and sellers has been in near-constant upheaval thanks to technology and privacy regulations.
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Many individuals have concluded that hidden fees are a part of life. This notion leaves consumers feeling powerless when it comes to getting nickeled and dimed by big corporations, figuring this is just the way it is. On the other side of the fence, business leaders say they’re just doing what they need to do to stay competitive in their industry. We find this common practice in event ticketing, cable TV, and travel. Who can blame them? It’s a bit of a catch-22.
Continue reading New Legislation on Hidden Fees
For Better Business Bureau’s National Programs, data privacy and regulation is a top priority. As CCPA has made headway, a global domino effect has taken place. Lawmakers everywhere are jumping on the bandwagon and with good reason!
Continue reading States Follow CCPA’s Lead