Data Protection for Species at Risk

Is this animal privacy, or a new beast of information ethics? For those interested in researching habits of aquatic life, following aviary migration or getting further insight into land animal movement patterns, now’s an excellent time to be a part of the field. With current technology including geolocation trackers, drones and satellite surveillance, we can […]

Geolocation Data Tracking: What Are the Privacy Risks?

Your Location Is Being Monitored Your phone, car, and numerous other connected devices are tracking you; what’s the harm? Once a luxury and now a connected default, we live in a world where business and government can know where we are at any given time and where we’ve been; so long as we’re allowing that […]

Three Resolutions for Your Business or Startup Information in the New Year

There’s nothing like that refreshed feeling that takes over in January. New month, new year, new hopes and new plans. Gym membership lists prosper from the annual goals of getting more exercise, while retail chains clean up from post-boxing day chaos and order in roses and chocolate for February. In the office world, January means […]

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Privacy in a Post-Brexit World

With the UK leaving, what’s going to happen to Privacy Shield? All ballots are in, and the world has changed: on June 24th, voters in the United Kingdom took part in what has been named Brexit, the referendum on the country’s membership in the European Union. With a total of 51.9% votes to leave, the […]

A little preparation goes a long way: best practices before breaking down information silos.

  Are you thinking about making changes to your organization’s information culture? Efforts to remove traditional department “silos” to encourage the free flow of information have very tangible benefits: team collaboration, efficiency and discovery of new business opportunities. When all resources are deposited and shared from one primary location, businesses protect themselves from information loss […]

The Privacy Lover’s Gift Giving Guide

It’s that time of year again: while religious and spiritual beliefs may differ, for many of us December is a time to break out annual gift lists and start shopping for loved ones. So what do you get for that special someone who needs help protecting their privacy, particularly now that tinfoil hats are out? […]

Four things you probably don’t want to keep on Evernote

True fact: I have mad love for Evernote. It is without question one of my absolute favorite apps, replacing a longtime history of carrying a book & pen wherever I travel, while providing greater power over notes through information control, collection, sharing, access and safekeeping. I see an article on the web I want to […]