Topic: gdpr

Melissa’s email flagging feature created to fulfill GDPR consent rules

As laws such as the European Union’s GDPR regulation and California’s similar upcoming CCPA Act pick up steam, countries around the world are making privacy a priority and forcing companies to rethink how they obtain consent from their contacts — even when it comes to sending emails.  To address the new stringent privacy laws and … continue reading

Privacy as a service

Many Americans seem resigned to not having control over their data profiles on the Internet. As larger and more sophisticated data breaches are reported in growing numbers, and companies such as Facebook and Google engage in mysterious data activities, technology users are left not knowing who’s got their data, or what they’re going to do … continue reading

GDPR one year later: Slow compliance, lax enforcement

It’s been one year since the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect. The regulation completely changes how organizations need to handle the data of European Union citizens. The impact of the GDPR, though, has been minimal to this point. Compliance has been slow, enforcement has been lax, and organizations are finding that learning … continue reading

Microsoft wants the US to follow the EU and establish new data privacy laws

As the European Union’s General Protection Data Regulation celebrates its one year anniversary this weekend, Microsoft is calling out the US and other nations for not passing their own national legislations. According to Microsoft, no matter how many individual companies pass their own privacy laws on how people interact with and use technology every day, … continue reading

Data Privacy Day highlights the growing importance of data protection

The importance of data privacy is more evident than ever on today’s National Data Privacy Day, created to raise awareness of privacy and data protection best practices. “As we continually share more data on our connected devices, businesses are collecting and using this personal information more than ever before. Just think about everything we do … continue reading

California Consumer Privacy Act follows in the GDPR’s footsteps

Last May, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect, created to give consumers more control over how their data could be used by large companies. Shortly after the GDPR took effect, California approved a new regulation that will be going into effect starting January 1, 2020. In many regards, the California … continue reading

CNIL proposes €50 million fine against Google for GDPR violations

Within a month of the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) going into effect, Google was already seen violating the regulation. French regulatory body CNIL (National Data Protection Commission) sent two complaints on June 1, 2018 regarding Google not having a valid legal basis for processing users’ personal data. Now, CNIL is proposing a penalty of … continue reading

SD Times news digest: ML.NET 0.9, GDPR.eu, and Improbable’s response to Unity

Microsoft has announced ML.NET 0.9, the latest version of the open-source, cross-platform machine learning framework for .NET. ML.NET enables developers to leverages existing tools to build custom AI into their applications by creating machine learning models. Models can be created targeting common tasks including classification, regression, clustering, ranking, recommendations, and anomaly detection. ProtonMail launches new … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Xamarin support for Android 9.0, Google’s tips for developing Actions, and Siemens’ low code acquisition

Xamarin has announced support for Android 9.0 in the latest preview release of Xamarin.Android for Visual Studio 2017 and Visual Studio for Mac. The download is available today in the Visual Studio Preview channel and Visual Studio for Mac Beta channel. New features introduced in Android P include display cutout, notification enhancements, indoor positioning, and … continue reading

How to prepare for the California Consumer Privacy Act

Shortly after the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) took effect in March, another regulation regarding data privacy has popped up here in the United States: The California Consumer Privacy Act is slated to go into effect starting January 1, 2020. According to the regulation’s website, these are the rights it will provide to … continue reading

IBM Cloud Private for Data now available

IBM’s data science and machine learning platform is now generally available. IBM Cloud Private for Data is an integrated data science, data engineering and app building platform. The release comes just days after the EU’s General Protection Data Regulation went into effect. “Platforms drive commerce. Whether in technology or other industries, the creation, acceptance and … continue reading

The GDPR will place a higher cost on data, potentially increasing the cost of AI innovation

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is going into effect today and that means users will have more control over their data. The regulation states that users in the European Union can request that companies delete any data that company has on them. Because data is at the core of AI and machine learning, the … continue reading

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