Summarises the insights from a series of key papers addressing data protection and privacy and the regulations concerning the use of consumer data, particularly the impending EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and ePrivacy Regulation.
Summarises knowledge and offers guidance and reading on the Internet of Things (IoT), a term referring to the network of physical devices and objects, such as cars, buildings, watches and fridges, that have sensors and network connectivity embedded in them.
This article provides five brand principles for success in a "post-privacy era", arguing that a new competitive battleground is emerging for brands that can balance the effective use of data with the need to behave ethically, respect privacy and sustain positive consumer relationships.
Anita Beveridge, Chloe Cook and Andy Stubbings, The Futures Company, Future Perspectives, July 2012
How a company handles privacy is becoming increasingly important to its wider reputation. This Future Perspectives report from The Futures Company explores how ideas of privacy have changed in different parts of the world and the influence of new technologies on its evolution.
Lena Roland, Event Reports, Powering Trust Roadshow, October 2013
This event report addresses the major issues currently shaping the online privacy debate. Consumer awareness of the potential threats has increased enormously in recent years, largely thanks to considerable press coverage of the subject.
WASHINGTON, DC: Mattel, the toymaker, has announced plans to launch an intelligent nursery assistant that can listen to and watch over babies, record sleep patterns, and play lullabies, igniting privacy concerns among legislators on both sides of ...
Who owns your data? Who has access to it? How is it being used? Can it, will it, ever be used against you? How is data being managed? And can data ever discriminate? These were some of the important questions raised at a recent debate hosted in London by The Foundation, an independent growth and innovation consultancy.
This post by Jane Bainbridge originally appeared on Research Live . The internet of things (IoT) could open up the direct monetisation of data between individuals and brands according to Moeen Khawaja, partner of Umbrellium.
Explores consumers' increasing concern about privacy and data protection and how companies can rebuild trust by proactively embracing data ethics in an era where the Internet of Things and smart cities heighten privacy issues.