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For content creators who leverage the regulatory requirements of the GDPR to refine their customer data-gathering processes and create—or rebuild—trust that such data will be used only to the customer's benefit, the byproduct should be more satisfied, more trusting, and more engaged customers. And that's a worthy goal on either side of the Atlantic.

Posted Aug 13, 2018

Partnership aims to provide publishers with a global solution to measure premium video inventory against viewability, brand safety, and fraud.

Posted Aug 02, 2018

GDPR is here, but people in the United States have only benefitted from this E.U. provision as a sort of side-effect of the law. But now new data privacy protection laws are on their way to at least one American state.

Posted Jul 25, 2018

5 Steps for publishers to protect their inventory and reputation.

Posted Jul 13, 2018

Hybrid-Cloud platform enables developer-ready microservices allowing customers and partners to deliver intelligent and connected applications. 

Posted Jul 12, 2018

Freckle IoT, a multi-channel offline attribution company, announced the launch and availability of Killi, a consumer application built on the blockchain that allows people to begin to take back control of their identity from corporations that have been using their information without their consent.

Posted Jun 26, 2018

Every industry is exploring the best use cases of the latest disruptive technology to demand our attention. The media publishing industry is no different. Especially with the ongoing buzz around Facebook and YouTube's data scandal, the topic of blockchain technology and its effectiveness has surfaced. While the benefits of security, efficiency, privacy, and authentication have been harped upon, understanding its full potential poses many questions.

Posted Jun 18, 2018

Fastman a provider of access control and permissions management solutions for OpenText Content Suite, announced a significant update to its well-established Permissions Manager solution.

Posted Jun 14, 2018

The latest Facebook consternation concerns how it's prepared to meet the European Union's strict General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) rules, now in force, to protect customer data; experts complain that Zuckerberg hasn't explained how his company will meet these requirements. There's a moral to this morass: be honest with your users and act quickly and effectively when a data crisis occurs.

Posted Jun 04, 2018

DataNumen released DataNumen Exchange Recovery 5.5. In the new version developers have added support for Microsoft Exchange Server 2016, Outlook for Office 365, and Outlook 2016 and have improved overall performance of the repair tool even further.

Posted May 31, 2018

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a legal framework that sets guidelines for the collection and processing of personal information of individuals within the European Union (EU). These regulations, become enforceable on May 25, 2018.

Posted May 24, 2018

Kudos, the platform for managing research dissemination, has announced results of its new shareable PDF (S-PDF) service.

Posted May 22, 2018

The GDPR may raise an awkward issue for the voice tech industry: it requires reminding customers that you're recording, analyzing, and storing their conversations in the first place. As Richard Brown, director at activereach, a provider of internet, networking, voice, and security solutions, points out, "Most customers assume that their email communication with a company may be stored long term, but they don't necessarily think that's the case for a voice conversation."

Posted May 16, 2018

GDPR creates a new set of standardized, strict rules for consumer protection, designed to ensure privacy and data minimization. It's a regulation with reach; just about any global company that collects or processes data for customers based in the EU will be affected. The consequences for non-compliance are not trivial; GDPR stipulates that offending companies can be fined up to 4% of annual global turnover, or €20 million (about $24 million), whichever is higher.

Posted May 02, 2018

You have, no doubt, heard the words "future-proof your content" from the EContent crew, as well as from any number of other digital content experts. But I think we have to take the idea of future-proofing one step further and begin thinking about creating sustainable data strategies that don't crumble under the weight of GDPR and whatever other laws might be on the way.

Posted May 01, 2018

Rep. Blackburn's question about control of the virtual-self hits at the epicenter of our Facebook problem: regaining personal control of our virtual identities is the answer to data privacy. Only when my real world-self owns my virtual-self can I truly have the benefit of data privacy and set both the boundaries and price for its use. This is achievable today, and it will be the largest disruption in the history of digital advertising.

Posted Apr 20, 2018

MinerEye is launching a new, AI-powered governance, and data protection solution. MinerEye Data Tracker will enable companies to continuously identify, organize, track and protect vast information assets including undermanaged, unstructured and dark data for safe and compliant cloud migration.

Posted Apr 17, 2018

As the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) closes in, publishers are still unsure about where the line is being drawn. If you're confused about the status of your data collection strategy under the GDPR, read on.

Posted Apr 13, 2018

Facebook is in the middle of a PR crisis, for—more or less—simply conducting business as usual. Can they earn back customer trust, and continue to sell advertising based on user data?

Posted Apr 10, 2018

New EU rules on content portability came into force on April 1.

Posted Apr 03, 2018

It's probably not surprising that WordPress powers nearly one-third of websites and captures over 60% of the content management system (CMS) market globally, according to W3Techs. But you may be surprised to learn that, at the time of this writing, over 2,300 websites run on WordPress were infected by malware, based on data provided by PublicWWW, a source code search engine.

Posted Mar 12, 2018

Limelight Networks, Inc., a provider of digital content delivery, announced the addition of an integrated Digital Rights Management (DRM) solution to its Video Delivery Services that simplifies the encryption and delivery of content in all popular DRM formats while reducing the costs of managing and storing the encrypted content.

Posted Feb 13, 2018

Piksel announced that it has been awarded the Digital Production Partnership's Committed to Security mark for both Broadcast and Production environments. The certification is based on adherence to a checklist of security technologies, testing, and best practices, and is designed to prevent content from falling into the hands of illegal distributors.

Posted Feb 08, 2018

Adjust, an app measurement company, has launched a solution to eradicate a new form of ad fraud, which has been spreading rapidly throughout 2017 and gaining momentum in 2018. In so-called SDK spoofing, or replay attacks, fraudsters attack without the knowledge of users on their personal devices and use the information to fake app installations.

Posted Jan 30, 2018

TiTAN Platform, a global smart content and device company, unveils its proprietary TiTAN platform Content Identifier (TCI) content protection technology at Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2018. TCI's patented encryption technology guards digital content ranging from video and music to e-books, podcasts, games, internal business documents, business emails and more against illegal hacking and redistribution by embedding a special forensic marker in a manner similar to a patch. No extra server resources or other infrastructure is needed.

Posted Jan 25, 2018

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