"The education sector contains particularly vulnerable users who require special privacy protection."

- Jeff Gould, Peerstone Research

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"BYOD blurs the already-gray line defining privacy expectations for Federal government employees."

- Julie Anderson, Civitas Group

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"We had an unmatched opportunity to bring together a group of cyber experts to address the threats our departments and agencies face every day"

- Karen Evans, KE&T Partners

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"Are stronger laws and more robust enforcement actions required to protect users from companies that put profits ahead of privacy?"

- Bradley Shear, Law Office of Bradley S. Shear

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Students Are Not Products!

SafeGov launches new portal with guidance for parents, school officials and policy makers to help protect student privacy.

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    by Jonathan Brandon, Business Cloud News

    The USA Freedom Act, which was proposed in a bid to end mass surveillance and give more transparency and oversight to how digital communications are monitored by the US intelligence community, died on the floor of the US Senate this week, falling just two votes shy of the 60 votes it needed to pass...

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    The Google playbook: Open, dominate, close

    by Matt Reilly, The Hill

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  • Wednesday, November 19, 2014

    Article 29 Chair To FTC's Brill: DPAs Want Answers on Safe Harbor

    by Angelique Carson, IAPP

    The two women on stage in Brussels this morning at the IAPP Data Protection Congress seemed to agree more than disagree about what’s essential to both the U.S. and EU. The U.S. Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC's) Julie Brill and Article 29 Working Party Chairwoman Isabelle Falque-Pierrotin, who also...

  • Tuesday, November 18, 2014

    5 ways to minimize risk in the cloud

    by Marty Heinrich, Federal Times

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  • Monday, November 17, 2014

    What Every Business Owner Needs to Know About Data Sovereignty

    by Ajay Patel, SmartData Collective

    Sovereignty isn’t usually the first word that comes to mind when thinking about data. With all the recent data fiascos, privacy is what’s at the forefront of most consumers’ minds. But data sovereignty relates to data privacy, and businesses need to understand this concept when choosing where they ...

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