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Experian sanctioned a comprehensive research programme into this topic
In wake of Facebook's massive privacy scandal, experts say login details sell for just $5.20 on the dark web
Facebook could face huge fines as the result of a federal inquiry into the data exploitation scandal, further underlining the importance of personal data protection for all enterprises
Facebook's COO has joined the social network’s CEO in apologising for betraying users’ trust by giving Cambridge Analytica unfettered access to personal data, saying the firm will work with regulators
Data has never been more valuable but it seems that data breach incidents are rarely out of the news these days.
More banks are investing in cutting edge identification techniques, such as biometric technology, in a bid to better protect and identify customers against fraudulent transactions.
Allegations that research firm Cambridge Analytica misused the data of 50 million Facebook users have reopened the debate about how information on the social network is shared and with whom.
Allegations that research firm Cambridge Analytica misused the data of 50 million people has thrust the issue of data privacy into the spotlight.
Policy-makers need to respond swiftly to the Cambridge Analytica and Facebook data exploitation scandal, according to privacy rights group
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