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Virginia has enacted two new laws that are intended to enhance employee protections, particularly during union organizing drives in the Commonwealth.
1 hr ago | Fox News
Your health care information including your medical data, history, treatment, even your shopping habits at the pharmacy is the next big frontier in the battle for consumer privacy.
3 hrs ago | Finextra Research news
Bloomberg has hired former IBM chairman and CEO Sam Palmisiano as an independent advisor to review privacy and data standards practices at the company.
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During the early years of the relationship, Williams supported her husband while he completed his Ph.D. in history.
You may not want your employees using their own devices for workplace tasks, but in all likelihood they are.
A healthcare provider has sued the Internal Revenue Service and 15 of its agents, charging they wrongfully seized 60 million medical records from 10 million Americans.
After 30 minutes on the phone with Duane Siebert, I'm pretty sure he's not crazy, but I'd understand if you wanted to argue the point.
Media groups, and even some privacy advocates slam Texas effort to limit drone use as a threat to free speech The battle to find a balance between privacy concerns and the beneficial use of drones for commercial and law enforcement purposes is in sharp focus in a bill that's winding its way through the Texas legislature.
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said on Tuesday he did not make the controversial decision to secretly seize telephone records of the Associated Press but defended his department's actions in the investigation of what he called a "very, very serious leak." The decision to seek phone records of one of the world's largest news-gathering ... (more)
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No longer exclusively used by the military, drones are increasingly being used by groups and private individuals.
John Guenther looks over a city map in his office. He stepped down as the City of Revelstoke's Director of Planning this week.
DNA databases might help identify victims of crime and human trafficking, but how do we safeguard the personal privacy of innocent victims and family members? A new report online in the Cell Press journal Trends in Genetics identifies a number of key challenges to consider as experts develop such programs.
The growing use of unmanned surveillance "eyes in the sky" aircraft raises a thicket of privacy concerns, but Congress is getting mixed advice on what, if anything, to do about it.
The growing use of unmanned "eyes in the sky" is raising many privacy concerns, but the U.S. Congress is getting mixed advice on what to do about civilian drones.
Here's an interesting development in the ongoing data-privacy imbroglio over at Bloomberg LP.