Is Google Glass Just Another Nail in Privacy’s Coffin?

Melissa Agnes

A look at Google Glass’s privacy issues and terms of service by Judith Delaney, attorney. This leads me to and enforces my second reason for writing this article: The use of Google Glass to invade and violate the privacy of others.

Can you have privacy under a spotlight?

PR in High Definition

There’s no doubt that the recent revelations surrounding Facebook and Cambridge Analytica have brought the notion of personal privacy under even greater scrutiny. Do the same privacy rules apply? You can do this by conducting a privacy audit.

Can you have privacy under a spotlight?

PR in High Definition

There’s no doubt that the recent revelations surrounding Facebook and Cambridge Analytica have brought the notion of personal privacy under even greater scrutiny. Do the same privacy rules apply? For many companies, this notion of privacy may not just be a personal matter but also a business one. Being in the public eye and under a spotlight poses risks, so how can you still ensure that the person concerned has some level of personal privacy?

Privacy Policy

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These third party sites have separate and independent privacy policies. California Online Privacy Protection Act Compliance. Because we value your privacy we have taken the necessary precautions to be in compliance with the California Online Privacy Protection Act. Childrens Online Privacy Protection Act Compliance. By using our site, you consent to our website privacy policy. Changes to our Privacy Policy. What information do we collect?

Data, Privacy and Why Solo PR Pros Should Care

Solo PR Pro

The revelations about Cambridge Analytica come at a time when organizations have made privacy changes to comply with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), that reshapes privacy laws across Europe (and has an impact around the globe).

When A Privacy Breach Is A PR Crisis: How To Avoid It

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

The best privacy crisis is the one that doesn’t happen, of course. The post When A Privacy Breach Is A PR Crisis: How To Avoid It appeared first on Crenshaw Communications. What would happen if your emails were disclosed for all to see?

Study: Privacy important, but not expected

PR Daily

Most people will tell you they value their privacy—but they expect less and less of it, according to a Pew Research Center study. Though the study revealed American’s attitudes regarding government surveillance, the report contained important information for marketers and PR pros.

Privacy PR—are ISPs monitoring, sharing and selling our personal data?

Agility PR Solutions

The post Privacy PR—are ISPs monitoring, sharing and selling our personal data?

How Privacy Conscious Brands Can Gain an Edge on the Competition

Beyond PR

As consumers become warier of digital ads that infringe on their privacy, brands must think of ways to relate to their customers without appearing to intrude on them. Is Privacy Consciousness the New Corporate Social Responsibility?

AT&T, Comcast and Verizon strike out against internet privacy backlash

PR Daily

Comcast, Verizon and AT&T are promising not to sell users’ browser history in the wake of successful congressional vote last week to get rid of regulations that protected users’ privacy online. Verizon is fully committed to the privacy of our customers.

Samsung answers privacy concerns over TV voice recognition

PR Daily

Some even compared the language to a passage in George Orwell’s “1984”: Left: Samsung SmartTV privacy policy, warning users not to discuss personal info in front of their TV Right: 1984 pic.twitter.com/osywjYKV3W.

5 Questions with Mark Cuban About Online Privacy

David PR Group

It might seem like a contradiction that an executive and celebrity with a huge public persona would be blazing trails for online privacy, but billionaire Mark Cuban is doing just that. Cuban, owner of the Dallas Mavericks and a star of CNBC’s Shark Tank , takes privacy so seriously that he has multiple business interests devoted to helping individuals and companies send and receive messages and post on social media more securely and more privately. We take privacy seriously.

Privacy vs. progress: protecting users from data-gathering

Media Bullseye

Despite the potential for using data to improve PR efforts, it is important to consider the impact this information can have on the average consumer, as this gathering of data could blossom into a personal privacy issue. Mozilla’s fight for privacy.

WhatsApp takes a stand on privacy by encrypting users’ data

PR Daily

What do you think about WhatsApp recent stance on privacy and encryption? The Apple/FBI row may be over, but users’ security concerns remain high.

THE TRUTH ALWAYS COMES OUT’ – Mark on the privacy injunction in the British Media

Mark My Words

Mark My Words american press british press celebrities celebrity celebrity management Celebrity Relationship divorce injuction press privacy social media truth injunction ixzz45vk5asdu 3526916 threesome mailonline marital dailymail boundariesThe injunction farce shows there are no boundaries in social media, according to a PR and branding consultant. Mark Borkowski said the truth will ultimately come out as it did when football’s Ryan Giggs tried to hide his infidelity.

Bits, Bytes and the Ethics of Data

PRSay

Revelations about Cambridge Analytica arrive at a time when organizations are already making privacy changes to comply with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which took effect on May 25. The regulation has reshaped privacy laws across Europe, and also applies to U.S.

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Solo PR Twitter Chat: Data Privacy, Social Media and Summer Business Development

Solo PR Pro

Q3: In wake of GDPR, are your clients having more discussions about data and privacy? Q5: Have recent privacy concerns & scandals shifted how your clients view social media? The post Solo PR Twitter Chat: Data Privacy, Social Media and Summer Business Development appeared first on Solo PR Pro. The long-running #solopr Twitter chat is a popular chat for independent and small business pros in public relations, communications, social media and related fields.

Could the Survival of Facebook Depend on Its Privacy?

Waxing UnLyrical

In the past, I’ve made the argument that your privacy is not Facebook’s responsibility, and I still believe that. You just read Could the Survival of Facebook Depend on Its Privacy? Could the Survival of Facebook Depend on Its Privacy?

Why Millennials Won’t Unplug From Facebook

PRSay

Millennials are apathetic about digital privacy. Recent studies show a paradox in the millennial perspective on digital privacy. ” Moreover, 34 percent of respondents in this survey say they don’t worry about their privacy at all.

Oh, Come on, Charlie Brown! Let Google Hold the Football for You [Google+]

Sword and the Script

This means the broken promise of Google+ is interwoven with all sorts of related interests such as the veracity in analytics , brand safety and data privacy concerns. Some time around 2012, I attended a marketing conference downtown in Washington, DC.

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What You Don’t Know About Malaysia Airlines and How They’ve Handled the Crisis of Flight MH370

Melissa Agnes

The Act applies to Malaysia Airlines and they so state in their privacy policy. Malaysia has framed their Act similar to the European Union Directives and other countries are following with EU modeled privacy laws globally. Case Studies Online Privacy Laws and Regulations

What are the Risks of Social Media Engagement?

HMA Public Relations

Featured Social Media engagement privacy settings risks security social mediaSocial media has become a crucial element for many brands' marketing and customer service success, creating important stakeholder engagement. However, social media engagement can be risky.

What Does Canada’s New Anti-Spam Legislation Mean for your Organization?

Melissa Agnes

Online Privacy Laws and Regulations The Canadian Government has introduced a new Anti-Spam Legislation. This Act takes effect on July 1, 2014 and applies to Canadian organizations or individuals sending commercially electronic messages to other Canadian organizations or individuals.

Physician Internet Defamation: How Doctors Can Deal with False Reviews and Protect Their Reputation

Melissa Agnes

A note about HIPAA: The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) is essentially medical privacy legislation that, for purposes of this blog, prevents physicians from discussing patients and information about their health. By Whitney C.

3 Things You Don’t Know About Social Media Monitoring

Waxing UnLyrical

But with more and more monitoring platforms gobbling up big data, and as individuals become increasingly concerned about their personal privacy rights online, social media privacy training and social media surveillance training have become equally critical.

Here’s Why GDPR is Good News for PR and Content Marketing

Sword and the Script

It remains to be seen if this EU idea will catch on with US lawmakers, but it’s clear by the deluge of “privacy update” emails we’ve all gotten, it’s making an impact anyway.

Stuck in the middle

PRSay

Our privileged status comes with tremendous responsibility to protect the company’s privacy and safeguard confidential information. Ethics Thought Leadership BEPS middle PREthics privacy stuck

A new era for brand trust – how PR must adapt

PR in High Definition

Privacy will be a big theme in 2018. The regulation will come into play in May 2018 – and if privacy and data protection wasn’t already all people could talk about last year, then just you wait for the explosion this year! But one consequence of GDPR is that people will become more aware of the protection of data and their privacy – which has already started to result in people losing trust in some of the major technology providers.

Australia Joins Other Nations Investigating Facebook

Ron Torossian

The purpose of the investigation is to determine if Facebook violated Australia’s privacy laws. Angelene Falk, information and privacy commissioner for the Office of the Australian Information Commission, told the media: “Given the global nature … READ MORE ».

Five ways marketers can prepare for GDPR

PR in High Definition

Facilitated by Firefly CEO Claire Walker, our team of experts included Simon Morrissey, Head of Data and Privacy at law firm Lewis Silkin, Nicholas Dunn-McAfee, Head of Policy and Research at the PRCA and Simon Loopuit, CEO and founder of trust-hub. Blog Charlotte Stoel European PR PR tips Technology Traditional PR data privacy gdpr PR public relationsDoes the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) make you want to just delete all your data and start afresh?

Google’s Creeping Me Out

Flatiron Communications

Maybe I’m naive to think that some semblance of privacy remains in my digital life. ” I looked at Goggle’s terms of service under “privacy,” and did not see any plain (i.e., The Flack Alphabet digital advertising digital privacy GMail GOOG Google

Can Your Reputation Withstand Increased Surveillance?

David PR Group

Now, don’t get me wrong, I’m not anti-technology or a privacy zealot. David online reputation management privacy public relations surveillanceSitting in a restaurant with a friend recently, I asked a simple question: How many cameras are in this place?

A letter to break your heart

Prakkypedia

Ironically, some recipients might feel that their privacy has been invaded. See the tips on relationship scams on the ACCC YouTube channel here: communications privacy protection public relations Some people make jokes about online dating.

Make your mobile phone valueless

David PR Group

David online privacy online reputation management public relationsSince I started helping people with online reputation issues, I have heard some amazing tales but few as educational as this one. A lady called me up with an awful problem.

How Facebook Could Become Irrelevant

Waxing UnLyrical

Guest Posts Jim Dougherty Social Media facebook privacy in social media teenagers and social networksAfter surpassing 1 billion users this past month, Facebook has become an institution that appears to have some staying power.

PRoust Questionnaire: Sean Kelly

PR Conversations

At a time when transparency and accountability are high on everyone’s agenda, PR professionals are busy developing strategies for organizations to achieve objectives in these areas while protecting privacy.

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Why public relations must wake up to wearables

PR Conversations

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5 Trends Shaping Tech PR In 2018

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

Privacy regulations. The GDPR privacy rule officially blazed into our lives in May. And it won’t be the last data protection or privacy regulation we’ll see. Data privacy issues will only grow in importance in how we work as well as how we promote clients.

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PART 1: Big Data 101 for PR

AirPR

The emphasis of each Big Data conversation may be different: it may be making sure no data is lost, or the privacy and security concerns of using the cloud, or the automation of analytical […].

U.S. consumers becoming more open to sharing data—is it wise?

Agility PR Solutions

Despite the Cambridge Analytica incident and other privacy concerns, new research from marketing data foundation firm Acxiom, in partnership with the Data & Marketing Association (DMA), finds U.S. The joint study, Data Privacy: What the Consumer Really Thinks, […].

Getting Back on the Right Path

Waxing UnLyrical

Apparently there are better ways to handle this, as Matt Gemmell explained in the post that initially revealed the privacy breach. Business Guest Posts Marketing Social Media Dave Morin Michael Schechter Path privacy breach responding to criticismGuest post by Michael Schechter.

Decoding Apple vs. the FBI and Its Implications for the Future of Internet of Things

Stern + Associates

Speakers & Authorities Cyber Security encryption Internet of Things Jonathan Zittrain privacy TechnologyCongressional testimony is underway in Apple’s stand-off with the U.S. government over the FBI’s request for what the tech titan equates to a master key for its devices. The issues. The post Decoding Apple vs. the FBI and Its Implications for the Future of Internet of Things appeared first on Stern Strategy Group.

New research reveals consumers have mixed views on social commerce

Agility PR Solutions