In Seoul, South Korea, the Sharing Economy is growing rapidly. The capital city can now officially call itself “Sharing City”. Cost saving, time saving, environmental protection – the three main reasons for sharing products and services instead of buying them can quickly be named. For Park Won-soon, since 2011 mayor of Seoul, the sharing economy is the top priority.
A data breach constitutes the viewing and stealing of, or access to, sensitive data by people that are not authorized to do so. This can happen either through hacking, or due to negligence or inadequate protection of data.
Your personal data is worth something. You probably already know that, but do you know how much exactly? The European Commission expects the total value of personal data of all EU citizens to be worth €1 trillion per year by 2020. How is this possible? What kind of data do companies store, and what do they use it for?
The current EU data protection directive stems from 1995. With an industry that is changing right before our very eyes, this document is perhaps a bit outdated. That is why, back in 2012, the European Commission put forth a proposal to ‘update’ the legislation concerning data protection.
The Apple Watch has beat luxury watch brand Rolex on a list of luxury global brands, as measured by analytics firm NetBase.
Marketing Automation, sounds like another fancy way for people to avoid doing hard work and using technology to tempt customers into purchasing a product. But is that actually what it’s about? At Seats2meet.com we believe in the power of new technologies, but our end game is something totally different.
It has been widely acknowledged that there are stark differences the EU and US with regards to data protection and privacy issues. But imagine that a company, let’s say Google, has its data storage center in the US where it stores the data of all its users…
Have you ever realized that a Google search result is different when you search for a name on Google.com or Google.co.uk? Probably not, but it’s true!
What exactly does ‘the Right to be Forgotten’ entail? It concerns search results (listings) on third party search engines that operate within the EU (such as Google and Yahoo) that might breach your right to privacy or data protection.