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Privacy by design: flipping the script on privacy in product

BY Rob Shavell on August 31, 2021

For tech giants like Apple and Google, user privacy has traditionally been seen as something to avoid rather than a selling point for their products. However, driven by changing consumer sentiment and mounting political pressure, the same companies that previously appeared to approach privacy as an obstacle are now pushing it to the forefront of […] Read more »

We Can't Trust Technology Providers - Is It Time for a Code of Ethics?

BY Andrea Saez on February 11, 2019

In the day and age where data is king, users have now essentially become the product. Questionable actions by leading tech giants hit the news every other day – from Facebook spying on its users and selling data, to Apple admitting it degrades batteries on purpose to force upgrades – it seems users just cannot trust the […] Read more »