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Drawbridge Partners With TRUSTe To Let Consumers Opt Out Of Its Cross-Device Ad Targeting

techcrunch.com
Mobile ad startup Drawbridge offers technology that helps identify when multiple devices are being used by a single user — something that’s pretty appealing to advertisers, but could also have significant privacy implications. Drawbridge is announcing today that it’s partnering with privacy management company TRUSTe so that people who see...
Drawbridge Partners With TRUSTe To Let Consumers Opt Out Of Its Cross-Device Ad Targeting
Verizon Is Selling Your Data-Here's How To Opt Out Of It (VZ)

Is this Facebook's great leap forward?

www.guardian.co.uk
Site's share offer will create new billionaires and millionaires – but analysts worry about its capacity for growth and many users fear for their privacyManagement consultant and business expert Peter Cohan does not plan on investing in Facebook stock any time soon. The author of 10 business books, including Capital...
Is this Facebook's great leap forward?

Facebook throws users a bone with easier-to-use privacy controls

arstechnica.com
Facebook is adding a number of UI updates to its site that are aimed at making privacy management more obvious and usable. The social network announced the updates on Wednesday morning, adding that it's also planning some new "in-product education" tools in order to better instruct users on how to use...
Facebook throws users a bone with easier-to-use privacy controls

Reputation.com Buys Snail Mail Filtering App PaperKarma To Boost Its Mobile Privacy Management Business

techcrunch.com
Reputation.com, the online identity and privacy startup, has bought PaperKarma, a mobile app built to help users identify and then stop spammy snail mail. In a letter to users (embedded below), PaperKarma’s founders Sean Mortazavi and Brendan Ribera say that the app will continue to work as before; but...
Reputation.com Buys Snail Mail Filtering App PaperKarma To Boost Its Mobile Privacy Management Business

Percentage of users saying they opt out of targeted ads has nearly doubled, survey

gigaom.com
Amid debates over Do Not Track and increased activity in ad tech, a report released Monday from privacy management firm TRUSTe signals that consumers are increasingly taking actions to protect their online privacy. Last year, the firm found that 27 percent of U.S. adults over the age of 18 indicated...
Percentage of users saying they opt out of targeted ads has nearly doubled, survey
Passive sharing is passe: Why protecting privacy in the social sphere preserves value in the channel
More iOS 6 Features: New Privacy Settings, Share Widgets, Revamped Store Apps & More
How to stop Verizon from selling your location data and other usage stats to advertisers

Surprise! Teens Care More About Online Privacy Than You Think

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Teens and adults have pretty much the same habits when it comes to ensuring their privacy in the world of social media. Oh, the youths. So audacious, with all their Tweetering and Facebooking. Don't they care how they're presenting themselves to the entire rest of the world? Aren't they concerned...
Surprise! Teens Care More About Online Privacy Than You Think

Survey: College Grads Are The Most Confused When It Comes To Social Privacy

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The current privacy atmosphere within social networking sites was uncovered in a Privacy Management report released today by Pew Internet.  The study questioned social media users on privacy options, friending (& defriending) habits, and the removal of comments and photo tags.  Two-thirds of... Please visit Marketing Land for the full article....
Survey: College Grads Are The Most Confused When It Comes To Social Privacy
Unfriending and private profiles the new trends on social networks

Internet users' privacy concerns may mean cookies start to crumble

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Firefox is about to follow Safari's lead by disabling third-party cookies, but the web simply would not work without themWhen the Cookie Directive, officially known as the EU e-Privacy Directive, was first drafted two years ago, tablets hadn't been adopted in their millions, and smartphones had nothing like their present-day...
Internet users' privacy concerns may mean cookies start to crumble
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