An Australian journalist has won the right to obtain his metadata from telco provider Telstra, creating an increasingly murky definition of what constitutes private information.
Dot Brands can give a sense of security to consumers who may be susceptible to phishing emails or scams from fake companies.
With the recent data security breaches at several powerhouses, brands need to find new brand management strategies to maintain their value.
Does the language marketers use have an effect on how successful our digital campaigns are? If we change the words we use, could we stack the deck in our favor?
Twitter's latest transparency report shows government requests for user data and tweet removal have seen a sharp increase.
When done correctly Web tracking can actually be beneficial to both users and marketers - are you convinced?
In last week's State of the Union address the president introduced a plan to create a consumer privacy bill of rights, but customers' rights might come at the expense of brand marketing.
As we near the end of 2015's first month, here's a look at what the rest of the year may have in store, including leaps in the mobile, wearable technology, and visual content worlds.
Users can now prevent Facebook from telling senders that they saw their messages.
Facebook has joined forces with antivirus firm ESET to offer users the ability to scan for viruses and malware.