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Privacy for Sale, Questioning Consent & AI Regulation: Feb 2023 Newsletter

February 22, 2023
Privacy for Sale: ‘Pay-for-Data’ Arrangements for a Post-Cookie WorldOur TakeUPenn Study Argues ‘Americans Can’t Consent’ to Uses of Personal Data they Fundamentally Don’t Understand Our TakeAre R…

DeleteMe @ SecureWorld Boston 2023

February 22, 2023
SecureWorld Boston Agenda The DeleteMe team is packing up our event swag and heading to SecureWorld Boston (#SWBOS23) on March 22-23, 2023 at the Hynes Convention Center. We’ll be in the Exhibi…

Data Broker Opt-Outs for CEO Fraud Prevention

February 21, 2023
The Role of Data Brokers In CEO FraudHow to Identify CEO FraudCEO Fraud Prevention: 3 TipsEducate employees about CEO fraudPut in place technical controlsOpt employees out of data brokersCEO Fraud…

The Ultimate Guide to Executive Privacy and Executive Security Online

February 13, 2023
Executives’ Personal Data Is Exposed OnlineHow Data Brokers Threaten Executive Privacy and Executive SecurityPersonal threats HarassmentDoxxingSwattingFinancial FraudInformation security risksSoc…

3 Personal Information Insights to Help Companies Protect Themselves Against Hackers

February 3, 2023
Personal Information Is Fueling AttacksPersonal Information: How Hackers Find It And How They Use ItData broker sitesData breach repositoriesYou Can’t Rely on “Security Through Obscurity” AnymoreS…

Password Managers Compromised, AI and Social Engineering & More: January 2023 Newsletter

January 23, 2023
LastPass, NortonLifelock Services CompromisedOur TakeLanguage-Model AI and Social Engineering; a Cautionary TaleOur TakeStates are Readying a Flurry of Privacy Bills as Washington StallsOur TakeWe…

DeleteMe in the News in 2023

January 23, 2023
How Publications Can Support Writers and Sources Experiencing Digital HarassmentHow to Remove Yourself From the InternetRob Shavell (Good Sport) is No Match for Adam’s ParanoiaYour Mental Health D…

Discover Online Privacy Protection Service: An Entry-Level Data Broker Removal Tool

January 13, 2023
Discover Online Privacy Protection: What You Need to KnowWhat Discover Online Privacy Protection MissesPeople Search Sites Deserve Your Full Attention Level Up Your Personal Information Protection…

Infographic: Weaponized Personal Data

January 6, 2023
Click to Download PDF Global conflicts, financial crises, critical infrastructure attacks, politics and elections, major legal rulings, job market fluctuations, and health crises can all have a…

Twitter Train Wreck, the Feds and the Data Broker Industry & More: December 2022 Newsletter

December 27, 2022
The Slow-Motion Twitter Train WreckOur TakeFTC Fines Over Kids’ PrivacyOur TakeRe-Examining Federal Relationships with the Data Broker IndustryOur TakeICYMI: Our Predictions for Privacy, Cybersecu…

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