The FTC “must aim to strike the right balance – one that promotes innovation and protects privacy.”
The major party campaign platforms for 2016 reflect some of the concerns of the survey, opinion and marketing research profession.
Letters call for parties to prioritize removing international digital trade barriers, reforming the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, and addressing consumer data privacy and security
In these comments, MRA will: (1) explain survey, opinion and marketing research; (2) recommend an alternative regulatory frameworks; (3) share our concerns about the expansive definitions of data covered by the proposed rules; (4) urge changes to the treatment of aggregated and de-identified data; and (5) propose an exemption for the collection, use and disclosure of data strictly for bona fide research purposes.
New report offers recommendations and warnings for research
Yesterday, the European Parliament and European Commission announced that an agreement has been reached regarding the consolidated text of the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
What is (and will be) the impact of the October 6th European court decision invalidating the U.S.-EU Safe Harbor
The European Court of Justice (ECJ), the highest court in the European Union (EU), struck down the U.S.-EU Safe Harbor Agreement on Tuesday, October 6th.
While emerging technologies often arrive on what Gartner has described as a hype cycle (even the marketing research industry has its own research hype cycle