The White House finished their brief review of Big Data and privacy, presenting a technical report and policy recommendations to Presi
Last Updated:April 15, 2015
Updated Federal Rules of Civil Procedure require companies, entities and parties involved in Federal litigation to produce "Electronically Stored Information (ESI)" as part of the discovery process, when evidence is shared by both sides before a trial.
The White House requested comments as part of President Obama's review of Big Data and privacy, in a more formal fashion than their
Senator Blumenthal on what worries him about data security, consumer privacy, and the Internet of Things
“What worries me is what worries consumers,” said Senator Richard Blumenthal (R-CT). “(1) Security and (2) privacy.”
As part of President Obama’s review of Big Data and privacy, the White House has declared “We want to hear your opinion” and posted a
Mobile Device Tracking for Research Purposes: MRA responds to the FTC on observing retail shoppers with location tracking technology
Instead of asking hundreds of questions of respondents over a series of surveys to tease out their preferences and interests when visiting retail stores, why not just track their real-world behavio
Facial Recognition Privacy: Kicking off Another NTIA Multistakeholder Process (and an MRA White Paper on the Marketing Research Applications)
On February 6, the first meeting in a multistakeholder process on facial recognition privacy will convene in Washington, DC.