Last Updated April 16, 2020 By Gabe Turner and the Security.org Team “It’s like the wild wild west,” Emily Mancini, communications director for New York State Sen. Kevin Thomas (D), says, “for businesses and consumers alike.” A bold comparison, perhaps, but one that’s not altogether incorrect. No, we don’t travel by horseback anymore, but as … Continued
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A state-by-state review of legislation: For all the talk about protecting consumers’ digital lives, even California’s new law only covers eight of 15 important data privacy rights
Billed as a taxi service for the 21st century, ride-sharing apps turn everyday people into chauffeurs and make it possible to order and pay for a ride with the tap of your smartphone. Though they’re just one plank of the burgeoning sharing economy (Airbnb, Postmates and WeWork are other prominent examples), for many Americans, apps … Continued