Articles by Victoria
How the president views privacy goes a long way towards data protection safeguards. With less than a month to November 3rd, Americans weigh in on Trump against his opponent Joe Biden over a number of issues, what of privacy? Here's a look at how the Trump Administration has had on privacy over the past four years.
In May of 2020, the United States senate voted to renew surveillance powers of FISA. Are there measu
Hosting a public event in the coming months? If you’re responsible for a networking mix or a big-name concert coming to town, pay attention. Here's the low-down on what to expect and how to handle privacy at events.
Commercial DNA testing kits are becoming increasingly popular, but what are the privacy risks involved? We explore who can access your DNA information and the potential unexpected consequences of DNA testing.
As of January 2020, new legislation will be in force for all Internet of Things (IoT) devices sold within California and Oregon.
Many organizations argue they protect privacy through the use of aggregate, de-identified or anonymous data, but how many users understand these terms? We explain how these different techniques work and whether or not your privacy is actually protected.
Want to share holiday pictures with friends online, but keep them private from strangers? From cloud drives to social network options, messenger apps and new platforms, here's how to privately share photos online.
Your data is valuable, and two senators want residents of the United States to understand how much. What should we expect from the Dashboard Act?
Introducing geofencing: a technology with serious potential in a number of industries, but big privacy problems if handled incorrectly.