The research reveals some of the broad shapes and patterns of the tech and data ecosystem and its relationships to current ethics tools. It covers three key sections:
A compelling Apple ad promoting the new privacy feature for "Do not track" in iOS.
This is a great piece of reporting on what we've all known all along with voice activated devices. This time calling the contractors involved in listening to conversations.
Does anyone know whether if there's an easy way to share consent, or rather show that the user provided consent, to another company in a safe and reliable way? There are already a few answers in the Slack discussion.
Has anyone needed to add categories for a list of services? (Ie. Finance/Banking, Retail, Transportation, etc.) Trying to see if there's a standardised way to categorise services - if you have any pointers let me know.
@pknowles responded with pointing to the Global Industry Classification Standard.
Interesting development on privacy and analytics: Microsoft announced a free GDPR compliant user behavior analytics tool.
The company I was using as a cookie management system is pivoting their business model and closing the cookie consent portion. Any recommendations of cookie consent management? I’m thinking of CIVIC (https://www.civicuk.com/cookie-control/) as their UI is clean but looking to make an informed decision and check others.
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