The coronavirus pandemic has required a rapid and dramatic shift to remote work, raising important implications for workplace privacy and information security. Some of these concerns are new; others are the same concerns that employers have always held, now amplified by the increasingly blurred lines between work and home. All of these concerns will remain as the workplace travels from the office to the home and, in the near future,… More
Predictive Analytics Informed Consent and Privacy: The Case of Target
We are sharing this blog post by our colleague Vivek Krishnamurthy regarding an article in last weekend’s New York Times Magazine that discusses the powerful statistical techniques that some companies are using to analyze sales and other data in order to gain insights into their customers’ behaviors and needs. The article raises a number of interesting consent and privacy issues. Vivek’s practice focuses on corporate social responsibility,… More
Website Privacy Policies – an extensive primer…..
This is a cross-posting of an interesting November 29 entry in Foley Hoag’s Emerging Enterprise Center blog, by Patrick Connolly and Prithvi Tanwar: