Mapeando el valor de la transparencia de datos

Mapeando el valor de la transparencia de datos

Barcelona – 16 de mayo, 2017 Los usuarios son cada vez más celosos de su información y a menudo desconfían de las empresas al no saber cómo gestionan sus datos, con quién los comparten y de qué modo. Normativas como el nuevo Reglamento General de Protección de Datos...
Mapping the value of data transparency

Mapping the value of data transparency

Barcelona – May 16th, 2017 People are increasingly protective of their personal information. They distrust companies and expect transparency. They want more choice. New regulations, such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will force companies to re-think...
DTL Talks: Raegan MacDonald

DTL Talks: Raegan MacDonald

At Mozilla, we’re really happy to see more and more companies coming forward with data transparency reports which explain for instance law enforcement access, among other things. Brussels, Belgium Why is transparency important? Transparency is a key ingredient for...
DTL Talks: Daniel Coloma

DTL Talks: Daniel Coloma

Daniel Coloma tells us about the technology that comes out of the Data Transparency Lab.   Barcelona, Spain How would you define transparency? Transparency means that the users that use online services can understand which companies collect data from them, which...
DTL Talks: Ramon Sangüesa

DTL Talks: Ramon Sangüesa

For us, at The Data Transparency Lab, “transparency” means the ability to know everything one needs to know about the uses his or her personal data are put to. Barcelona, Spain Why is transparency important? First we have to be clear about the type of transparency we...
Users are the core of the 11th Data Protection Day

Users are the core of the 11th Data Protection Day

On the occasion of Data Protection Day, DTL’s Chief Scientist participated at CPDP conferences Barcelona, Spain On 26 April 2006, the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe decided to launch a Data Protection Day, to be celebrated each year on 28 January....
The Curious Case of the Exposed Password

The Curious Case of the Exposed Password

Researchers at Northeastern University identified more than 20 iOS, Android, and Windows Phone apps that exposed users’ credentials, including passwords, to eavesdroppers. Their experience with password vulnerabilities was generally positive in the end, but there’s...
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