The Privacy Regulations Shift


We’ve all seen that ad on eCommerce websites. “Enter your email here to join our newsletter and receive 10% off on your next order!” All too often, we happily comply and are thrilled to purchase the item for $9 instead of $10. But as the saying goes, nothing in life is free. What are we […]

Are Enterprise and Consumer Interests Aligned?

While this may be counter-intuitive, the short answer is yes. While I can’t point to any specific studies, it does appear that organizations generally view regulations as a burden that requires resources, without much ROI (Return on Investment). Sure, there is an ROI in not getting fined, but since when do we define ROI on […]

Keeping it Private for the Good of the Company

“The unseen enemy is always the most fearsome” -George R.R Martin, A Clash of Kings, ‘Game of Thrones’ Hold on a second. Maybe we have it all wrong. I am not big on picking off the corpses of broken reputations like a carrion bird, but I think we need to rethink privacy for a second. In […]

Discovery. Discovery. Discovery. The Rest is Salad Dressing.

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GDPR and Data Discovery As estate agents go, it’s all about location, location, location. We are a couple of months away from GDPR and it’s interesting to note the different reactions to the upcoming May 25th deadline. The level of fear is palpable in some organizations, while others have a more gung-ho attitude to the […]

Returning Control of Our Personal Data – Hurrah for CCPA

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CCPA and Returning our Control Things have got to change. Thankfully, CCPA is here, combined with to help you apply it. Back in 2014, when I knew how to snag an upgrade from my local Enterprise Car Rental, I would get the most phenomenal upgrades – and would regularly receive very fast cars. On […]