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Sourcepoint Launches ‘Privacy Lens,’ to Drive Privacy-First Advertising Transactions

The Marshall News Messenger 01 Mar 2021
... as well as markers of strong digital citizenship, such as the absence of intrusive identifying techniques (i.e., device fingerprinting), user-friendly opt-out workflows, or data breach risk (i.e., identifiers shared without adequate hashing/encryption in the bid requests).
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Digital secretary Dowden outlines UK post-Brexit data approach

Computer Weekly 01 Mar 2021
New international data partnerships ... These practices include the close relationship between the UK and the US due to the latter’s lower data protection standards, as well as the UK’s own intrusive surveillance regime, which has been enshrined in the Investigatory Powers Act 2016, otherwise known as the Snoopers’ Charter.
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Privacy, immigrant rights groups slam Biden's 'smart wall' proposal

The Hill 25 Feb 2021
Several sections of the legislation call for the collection of biometric data, and at one point it mentions improving “non-intrusive inspection equipment, and radar and aerial surveillance equipment.” ... deployed systems are effective, the least intrusive means and cost effective.
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Oxford lab studying the coronavirus was victim of a cyberattack

The Verge 25 Feb 2021
But it’s unclear exactly what data may have been compromised. Forbes says it was shown proof of the intrusion by Alex Holden, the chief technology officer of a ...
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‘A bracelet of freedom’ says CEO in charge of COVID electronic monitoring

The Jerusalem Post 25 Feb 2021
“Other technologies that we use on a regular basis, like smartphones or apps actually gather much more data, are much more intrusive.” ... “We have been a cybersecurity and government data security company for many years, we have projects all over the world, in the ...
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PGT Innovations Announces Election of Xavier Boza to Board of Directors

Herald-Standard 25 Feb 2021
generally;the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and related measures taken by governmental or regulatory authorities to combat the pandemic, including the impact of the pandemic and these measures on the economies and demand for our products, including the products of Eco, in the ...
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North Korea hacked Pfizer because it wants to sell bootleg COVID vaccines on the international black market, sources say

The Times of India 24 Feb 2021
Two European security officials briefed on cyber-operations told Insider the attempted intrusion was likely an official North Korean operation to gather scientific data on Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine, one of just .
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North Korea hacked Pfizer because it wants to sell bootleg COVID vaccines on the international black

Democratic Underground 24 Feb 2021
Two European security officials briefed on cyber-operations told Insider the attempted intrusion was likely an official North Korean operation to gather scientific data on Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine, one of just three vaccines so far approved for emergency use by the World Health Organization.
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North Korea hacked Pfizer because it wants to sell bootleg COVID vaccines on the international ...

Business Insider 24 Feb 2021
Two European security officials briefed on cyber-operations told Insider the attempted intrusion was likely an official North Korean operation to gather scientific data on Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine, one of just ... of multiple hacking intrusions via Microsoft network infrastructure.
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Rape victims should be given free legal support to stop ‘excessive’ personal information requests, commissioner warns

The Independent 24 Feb 2021
“As VictimsCommissioner and in my previous role as police and crime commissioner, I have been approached by victims distressed at wide-ranging and deeply intrusive demands by police and prosecutors to access their personal data when they make a complaint of rape or sexual assault.
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AI could have profound effect on way GCHQ works, says director

The Observer 24 Feb 2021
AI is considered controversial because it relies on computer algorithms to make decisions based on patterns found in data ... That is a time-consuming and resource-intensive process, but it could also be less intrusive because the data is being handled by machines, not people,” he said.
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Pinnacle West Reports 2020 Full-Year and Fourth-Quarter Results

Daily Freeman 24 Feb 2021
These factors include, but are not limited to.the potential effects of the continued COVID-19 pandemic, including, but not limited to, demand for energy, economic growth, our employees and contractors, supply chain, expenses, capital markets, capital projects, operations and ...
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