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"Who owns the rights to the virtual you? Raise your hand if you think you do." Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) asked that question at a recent privacy hearing on Capitol Hill. Naturally, everyone raised their hands — but they were all wrong. The...read more
The last major law governing internet and search engines was passed in 1996. A lot has changed since then.read more
Online reputation is how a company, person, product or service is perceived due to information found online. Internet searches are widely used by landlords, employers and even government departments to screen applicants for loans, jobs, private school, grants and...read more
Every generation of parents has a new set of worries for its children, and in recent years this worry has come in a digital form: social media. Social media penetrates nearly every aspect of our lives—and even more so with kids and teens. For younger children,...read more
Since the first establishment of colonies in the New World, the promise of a fresh start in this country has motivated people to take great risks and face powerful uncertainties as they fled poverty, religious persecution and political repression. This country, now...read more
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) put into law by the European Union this past May is a legal framework for guidelines governing the collection, storage and processing of personal data. It applies to European Citizens only. So, for U.S. Citizens, what’s...read more
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