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Analysis: The Hidden Tracking Around Your Wrist
News: Is Your Smartphone Listening In?
News: Safe Harbour 2.0: Privacy Shield
News: Consumers Not Only Worry About Privacy. They Act
Survey: Declining Trust in Mobile Operators
Research: Robots Read Books to Become Like Humans
DataEthics Event Understand the Market for Privacy

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Analysis: The Hidden Tracking Around Your Wrist

By Pernille Tranberg

Before you buy a wearable to track your health, then check whether you can trust the company behind the gadget. Products for the quantified-self-segment are a lucrative business growing rapidly, because they really are motivating to use. But most leak personal data that could be misused, few products protect your privacy - apart from two brands.


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News: Is Your Smartphone listening in?

A journalist from the BBC was doing some ironing when her mum came in to tell her that a family friend had been killed in a road accident in Thailand. The next time she used the search engine on it, up popped the name of her friend.
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News: Safe Harbour 2.0 - Privacy Shield

In 2015 the Safe Harbour Agreement on the trans-national transfer of data between the EU and the United States was declared invalid by the European Court of Justice. In 2016, the EU and the US renegotiated and submitted a Safe Harbor 2.0 agreement initially named "Privacy Shield".
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News: Consumers Not Only Worry About Privacy. They Act

The messaging app Telegram has hit the 100 million monthly active users. Its unique selling point is the robust encryption that doesn’t even allow the company to know what is being said through its app.
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Survey: Declining Trust in Mobile Operators

A vast majority of consumers don't trust mobile operators with their data. Security, transparency and control concerns have caused widening trust gap. 
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Research: Robots Read Books To Become Like Humans


Artificial intelligence researchers have robots read books to help them understand how to behave in a human way. They teach computers ethics in the same way children are taught how to behave in human societies.
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Report: Ebola Is A Big Data Crisis

The report "Ebola a big data disaster" by Sean Martin McDonald explores the use of Big Data in humanitarian crisis and the implications for privacy of some of the most vulnerable citizens of the world.
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Event: Understand the Market for Privacy

Hear why privacy and data ethics is a demand in the digital age. A new emerging growth market is in progress. 3 out of 4 speakers plus the debate will be in English

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