A coalition of data-driven industry groups, including the Insights Association, urged the White House to adopt a new privacy paradigm focused on “reasonableness” and "best suited to create lasting protections for consumers and foster a competitive and innovative marketplace."
Follow-up Senate hearing on the data collection and sharing by Facebook and Cambridge Analytica delves further into data selling and the U.S. privacy regime
Chapter 1, Article 4 of the European Union (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) provides a glossary.
Discussing the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Cross-Border Privacy Rules (CBPR)
Media reports around Facebook and Cambridge Analytica have again raised privacy and transparency concerns. The alleged mishandling of consumer data by Cambridge Analytica does not reflect the professional standards and ethical principles practiced by the marketing research and data analytics industry when it collects, processes, shares and reports data. These requirements are embodied in the Insights Association's Code of Standards and Ethics.
A regulation that could severely curtail online behavioral tracking, and audience measurement and analytics is winding through the European Union (EU) legislative process.
New sessions will outline the many operational implications and requirements of the pending EU general data protection regulation