Category Archives: Data Privacy

A bipartisan data privacy bill would give you more control over the information collected about you

By Anne Toomey McKenna   August 25, 2022   Data privacy in the U.S. is, in many ways, a legal void. While there are limited protections for health and financial data, the cradle of the world’s largest tech companies, like Apple, Amazon, Google, and Meta (Facebook), lacks any comprehensive federal data privacy law. This leaves U.S. … Continue reading A bipartisan data privacy bill would give you more control over the information collected about you

This NASDAQ adviser thinks markets are tumbling because of data privacy changes

By Shalene Gupta     June 30, 2022 It’s been a volatile year for the markets. In mid-June the S&P 500 fell 3.3%, and is down 23%, its lowest since December 2020. Experts chalk it up to inflation, supply chain issues, and high interest rates. But according to Dominique Shelton Leipzig, a member of NASDAQ’s … Continue reading This NASDAQ adviser thinks markets are tumbling because of data privacy changes

Prioritizing data privacy leads to brand trust

A new survey from MediaMath confirms consumers really do care how brands handle their personal information. Kim Davis on January 24, 2022 AdTech company MediaMath has released survey findings that show an overwhelming majority (84%) of consumers are more likely to trust brands with a privacy-safe approach to handling personal data. 59% of consumers will … Continue reading Prioritizing data privacy leads to brand trust

Privacy Drives Uptick In B2C Marketing Spend, Braze Study Reports

Privacy Drives Uptick In B2C Marketing Spend, Braze Study Reports by Ray Schultz , January 20, 2022 B2C brands are dealing with the impending loss of third-party data and related issues by spending more: 96% are increasing their marketing budgets, with some of the money going into customer data platforms (CDPs), judging by 2022 Global … Continue reading Privacy Drives Uptick In B2C Marketing Spend, Braze Study Reports