Researchers found that the smallest incentives, like free pizza, were enough to prompt otherwise savvy MIT students to relinquish their personal data.
Tag Archives: privacy
A tremendous amount of security knowledge is unstructured. How can you leverage them to outthink threats?
It seems like a fair trade: Get your favorite mobile apps for free, be shown annoying ads in return. But that’s not all you’re doing in return.
Silicon Valley leaders have responded to Donald Trump winning the presidential election; will the tech industry now change?
Big Data analytics now drives the U.S Presidential campaigns. Should we be concerned about privacy while electing our next President?
Four years ago in 2012 an employee’s weak password led to a leak.
Government requests for data on Amazon customers have more than doubled.
Bottle Rocket takes a closer look at a few updates to Apple’s suite of devices and the opportunities for brands.
Google’s Eric Schmidt tells us all what it takes to be the most dynamic brand in the world.