A recently revealed study by Facebook of its users triggered both legal and ethical concerns about privacy, transparency and respondent consent. A U.S.
Is the legal framework underpinning the allowed sharing of data across the Atlantic an anachronism in need of replacement, or is it essential to the economic relationship between the U.S.
Nichols Research and several other MRA member companies have alerted us that people have been contacted by a scam artist posing as a representative of these research companies, attempting to defrau
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
Ubiquitous Data: Privacy and Security in a Connected World (Last in a 5-part series on the Internet of Things)
In an innovative environment, where seemingly every innocuous device can be connected to the Internet…and to everything else, what do technology developers, consumers, and the survey, opinion and m