Mark Cockerill, VP, Legal (EMEA/APJ) & Head of Global Privacy, outlines ServiceNow’s four pillars of trust for handling complex data privacy regulations.
Are consumers willing to trade data privacy for personalization? And is personalization living up to its billing? Fresh data raises questions on both fronts.
Another day, another data privacy ruling against Facebook's practices.
Enterprise hits and misses - Equifax and Facebook do the data privacy dance, and AI gets an employee gut check
This week - Equifax and Facebook get a financial reckoning for data privacy - but did consumers get a fair shake? Also: why AI won't succeed without employee buy-in. Hertz and Avis do the transformation face off. And, as always, your whiffs.
Slapped with a $700 million fine, Equifax's CEO is drinking from a Kool Aid glass that's very much half full.
More mea culpa from "rocked to its very foundations" Facebook as Zuckerberg insists it's not just about that pitiful FTC fine
The Facebook 'we've changed' messaging campaign continues apace...
US Attorney General William Barr has been waving some big sticks in the direction of the tech industry. Be afraid...
Data residency has become the hot topic du jour as multi-national firms wake up to the reality that data privacy really does matter.
Marriott faces a £99 million GDPR fine as the ICO reports public awareness of information rights is soaring
The GDPR fines keep stacking up with hotel chain Marriott now facing a hefty bill.
The first details emerged this week of a Workday blockchain initiative to help HR teams speed up verification of credentials when taking on new staff
The European Court of Justice has some very significant decisions to come to over the future of data transfer.
The UK's data watchdog has slapped a big ticket fine on BA, Has GDPR finally got teeth?
The European Commission's independent AI policy group has added meat to the bones of its earlier work, but there's still a lot in flux.