Dollars in the detail: banks pan for gold in 'data lakes'

According to Reuters, banks are racing to monetize the huge troves of data they hold.

Nevada Passes Online Consumer Privacy Legislation

States across the U.S. are rapidly passing new consumer privacy laws. In the first of this ongoing series of articles about these new laws and how they may affect you, we are looking at Nevada Senate Bill 200 which was signed May 29, 2019. It allows consumers to opt-out of the sale of their personal information by websites or online service operators. The new law will impact website operators and online service providers doing business in Nevada when it goes into effect October 1, 2019. 

ICO releases report on adtech and real time bidding

Overall, in the ICO’s view the adtech industry appears immature in its understanding of data protection requirements. Whilst the automated delivery of ad impressions is here to stay, the ICO has general, systemic concerns around the level of compliance of RTB.

Facebook, Big Tech Hedge Privacy Risks in Online Support Groups

According to Bloomberg, the social media giant is limiting its liability in the event a third party leaks health support seekers’ personal information or posts it without their permission.

Google open-source tool for secure data sharing

Google rolled out an open-source that augments the core PSI protocol to help organizations work together with confidential data sets while raising the bar for privacy.