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."
National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA)'s industry best practices for protecting consumer privacy in facial recognition technology will advance privacy safeguards while also carving out most research and analytics uses of the technology.
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.
Rep. Johnson tells Obama to turn his Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights into legislation (and don’t forget to add the APPS Act)Read More
Marketing Research and Privacy in a World of Mobile Apps: The White House “Multistakeholder Process,” California, Congress and the FTC
With privacy for consumers in dealing with their mobile applications (“apps”) all the rage in policy circles, what will survey, opinion and marketing research need to watch?
Corporate privacy officers discuss global compliance, trans-Atlantic competition, a comprehensive privacy law, and the US-EU Safe Harbor
On Capitol Hill on March 5, the Internet Association hosted a series of panels on issues concerning the data and tech industries.
I’m a professional partisan – a full-time advocate for the survey, opinion and marketing research profession – so the aftermath of a nation-wide election is especially meaningful.