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How worried should researchers be about cyber-attacks and public trust?

It seems data breaches are constantly in the news these days. The most recent company to suffer a cyber-attack is Anthem, the second-largest health insurance company in the US. “In…

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Much Food for Thought for Researchers in US Big Data Working Group Report

CASRO recently shared key points from the 79-page report of the US White House Big Data Working Group, which was released on May 1. The report, CASRO notes, is likely…

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Tailored advertisements or intrusive annoyance?

written by Daniel Somerset Tesco, Britain’s largest retailer is slated to install screens at their fuel pump kiosks that are able to scan a customer’s face, determine their gender and…

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Is Google Glass a Privacy Crystal Ball?

Google’s new wearable computing and how it may impact consumer attitudes to privacy  Written by Kristin Cavallaro Changes in technology happen gradually and constantly, so when it comes to the…

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