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Posted by Fatemeh Khatibloo on December 19, 2013
As 2013 comes to a close, it's clear to me that much of the rhetoric about privacy's death was not only premature but downright wrong. Just in this past week, there have been several events that point to how very alive and critically important the topic of privacy is:
I'd like to say that we knew this would be a week full of privacy news when we scheduled the publication of our report, "The New Privacy: It's All About Context," but alas, I don't have that kind of foresight! Still, it's fortuitous timing, and I hope that you'll take some time to read the research. Here's why:
I encourage you to read the report today; it lays out a framework for implementing contextual privacy, with practical steps for improving your organization's overall privacy practices. Because, as the privacy wars really heat up, wouldn't you rather be on the side of your customers?
As always, we look forward to your comments and questions. Post them below, or join the conversation on Twitter, where I can be found at @fatemehx2.
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