At the end of each month we’ll compile a list featuring some of the most informative and interesting privacy blog posts to let you know what topics are driving the privacy agenda this month.
This month on the blog we covered the EU Court of Justice delivering its opinion on U.S.-EU Safe Harbor, recapped two webinars in our Privacy Insight Series, and announced Assessment Manager 2.0 as well as Dynamic Platform Detection, plus more. This was the third month of our new series featuring the leading players in the Privacy Ecosystem. Check out the list below for some of the most popular blog posts this month:
Product announcement from TRUSTe include Assessment Manager 2.0 and Dynamic Platform Detection. Dynamic Platform Detection is a new feature of TRUSTed Ads Compliance Manager. With just a single smart tag, companies can provide opt-outs across both mobile and desktop platforms.
On Sept. 28 an update version of TRUSTe’s SaaS product was announced: TRUSTe Unveils Assessment Manager 2.0. The update includes a host of new features including single user workflow, configurable program dashboard and privacy program key performance indicators (KPIs). Click the link above to read more.
This month we had two webinars as part of TRUSTe’s Privacy Insight Series. Check out the clips in these blog posts to get an idea for what each webinar covered, and click the links in the post to download the full versions.
TRUSTe Director of Policy, Josh Harris, wrote a blog post titled, “Japan Amends Data Privacy Law & Proposed Implementing Regs Endorse CBPRs as Route to Compliance.” The blog post delves into the amendment made to the “Act on the Protection of Personal Information,” which has been in effect since April 2005. Under the amendment, Japan will establish a Personal Information Protection Commission. Read more by clicking the link above.
Frequent TRUSTe blog contributor. Alexandra Ross, wrote a post titled, “Ensuring Technology Recognizes Our Right to Privacy.”
This month in the Privacy Ecosystem Series:
What else would you like to read about on the TRUSTe blog?