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  • / Technology

    FTC Calls for End Of Online Privacy Regulation

    A Federal Trade Commission report to Congress is recommending that legislators pass additional online privacy legislation requiring consumer-oriented Web sites that collect consumer information to provide individuals clear notice of data collection practices, offer them choices about how data is used, give them access to the information and protect the data. The recommendation to stop relying on industry self-regulation for online privacy comes...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    A Federal Trade Commission report to Congress is recommending that legislators pass additional online privacy legislation requiring consumer-oriented Web sites that collect consumer information to provide individuals clear notice of data collection practices, offer them choices about how data is…
  • / Technology

    Consumers are concerned about online privacy, but few understand it

    70% of consumers express concern about their privacy online, but only 40% read privacy statements before giving personal information.

    Posted 06/04/2002Internet RetailerPost a comment

    70% of consumers express concern about their privacy online, but only 40% read privacy statements before giving personal information.
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    New data protection educational program targets small retailers

    Small online retailers looking for guidance on protecting confidential information in their databases will find help in a new education initiative sponsored by the Council of Better Business Bureaus and Privacy & American Business.

    Posted 03/28/2006Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Small online retailers looking for guidance on protecting confidential information in their databases will find help in a new education initiative sponsored by the Council of Better Business Bureaus and Privacy & American Business.
  • If retailers don`t safeguard consumers` privacy online, the government will

    Not long ago I dined at a restaurant and unbeknownst to me the waiter stole my credit card number. I found a whopping $1,253 charge on my statement the following week (the waiter was found to have a box of credit card receipts in his possession) and I didn’t even think about security or privacy! I heard another story from a direct marketing company that caught an employee capturing credit card information from people who were calling to order...

    Posted 12/26/2000Don DavisPost a comment

    Not long ago I dined at a restaurant and unbeknownst to me the waiter stole my credit card number. I found a whopping $1,253 charge on my statement the following week (the waiter was found to have a box of credit card receipts in his possession) and I didn’t even think about security or privacy!…
  • / Press Release

    DMA Names Jodie Sangster Vice President, Global Compliance

    Emphasizes Commitment to Advocacy; Corporate and Social Responsibility New York, NY, December 4, 2008 - Direct Marketing Association (DMA) today announced that Jodie Sangster, in-house legal counsel and chief privacy and compliance officer, Acxiom Asia Pacific, has joined DMA as its vice president, global compliance. She will report directly to Senny Boone, senior vice president, corporate and social responsibility and will be based in DMA’s...

    Posted 12/08/2008

    Emphasizes Commitment to Advocacy; Corporate and Social Responsibility New York, NY, December 4, 2008 - Direct Marketing Association (DMA) today announced that Jodie Sangster, in-house legal counsel and chief privacy and compliance officer, Acxiom Asia Pacific, has joined DMA as its vice president,…
  • / Press Release

    Privacy Expert Tells Congress Strong Majority of Americans Are Now "Privacy Assertive"

    WASHINGTON, D.C.//May 8, 2001/// "Almost nine out of 10 (87 percent) online consumers in the U.S. are "privacy assertive," refusing to give out personal information they feel is not necessary to complete a transaction," Dr. Alan Westin, president and publisher of the non-profit Privacy & American Business, told Congress today. And, among `Net users, 61 percent say they have opted against purchasing a good or service because they were unsure how...

    Posted 05/09/2001

    WASHINGTON, D.C.//May 8, 2001/// "Almost nine out of 10 (87 percent) online consumers in the U.S. are "privacy assertive," refusing to give out personal information they feel is not necessary to complete a transaction," Dr. Alan Westin, president and publisher of the non-profit Privacy & American…
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    On Deadline Day for Compliance with Visa CISP, More Than Half of IT Professionals Surveyed Indicate Uncertainty about Data...

    Protegrity Research Shows Companies Are Still Struggling with Industry, State, and Federal Regulations and Guidelines STAMFORD, Conn., June 30 -- Research from a survey conducted in May and June 2005 by Protegrity Corporation, the leader in Data Security Management(TM), shows that 53.9% of IT professionals surveyed believe their companies are still not entirely clear about current data security requirements as outlined by the Payment Card...

    Posted 06/30/2005

    Protegrity Research Shows Companies Are Still Struggling with Industry, State, and Federal Regulations and Guidelines STAMFORD, Conn., June 30 -- Research from a survey conducted in May and June 2005 by Protegrity Corporation, the leader in Data Security Management(TM), shows that 53.9% of IT…

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