The monetary impact of Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation continues to take shape, as both Twitter and Nielsen this week cited the effects of GDPR as hurting their company’s profits last quarter, helping to send the shares of both companies tumbling. Note: Read OWI’s research, “Trust, Safety & Compliance:......
GDPR departures: Facebook bleeds 1M monthly active users in wake of EU regulation, warns more costs could come – One World Identity
Facebook on Wednesday disclosed the results of its second quarter of fiscal year 2018, in which the social media behemoth revealed Europe’s General Data...Read More
Press release: Intertrust launches Modulus, a trusted data rights management platform – One World Identity
Intertrust Technologies Corporation, a world leader in trusted distributed computing technologies, this week announced the launch of Intertrust Modulus platform, a security and rights...Read More
In wake of Carpenter v. US, Justice Kennedy’s retirement sets stage for future rulings on privacy rights – One World Identity
The upcoming retirement of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy, just days after a major ruling from the court on individual privacy, sets the...Read More
In prepared remarks that he will deliver to Congress this week, Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg discloses plans to confirm both the identity and...Read More