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Italy is the latest EU country to warn against use of Google Analytics on privacy grounds even as U.S. and European officials attempt to restore a legal framework for trans-Atlantic commercial data transfers. The country’s data protection authority late last week gave news and entertainment website Caffeina Media 90 days to stop using the traffic […]

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Although a handful of U.S. states have enacted strict privacy laws, the United States still lacks a comprehensive federal privacy statute, a vacuum that has fueled what many observers argue is a culture of “surveillance capitalism.” The lack of a national privacy law looms particularly large now as the Supreme Court seems poised to overturn […]

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The US government may actually have made a proper online privacy(opens in new tab) bill following reports that new data privacy legislation is close to being established, one with bipartisan support, as well as support from consumer rights advocates. It’s still not signed into law, but if it does succeed, users will be allowed to […]

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The Multi-Model Database:
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