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DeleteMe in the News: The Latest from 2022

December 27, 2022

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Our running log of DeleteMe in the news. Interviews and quotes where we discuss privacy, cybersecurity, our solution, and everything in between. Most recently:

Employee Privacy And Cybersecurity: Spot The Difference

Forbes | Dec 21, 2022

Cybersecurity company warns of surge in fake promotions, deals this holiday season

3TV/CBS 5 | December 15, 2022

The baddest of the bad Black Friday scams is ready and waiting to sucker-punch consumers

Consumer Affairs | November 23, 2022

Hate the flood of political texts? Here’s what Michigan can and can’t do.

Bridge Michigan | November 16, 2022

VR Tracking Facial Expressions May Be the Next Privacy Nightmare—Here’s Why

LifeWire | October 31, 2022

Worried about identity theft? What to do to minimize your risk

LA Times | October 26, 2022

How the Dobbs abortion ruling reshaped America’s privacy debate, from health to politics and law

Grid.News | October 13, 2022

U.S. midterm election 2022: Journalist safety kit

CPJ | October 11, 2022

8 strange ways employees can (accidentally) expose data

CSO | October 4, 2022

Podcast: Ignoring the dangers of Big Tech will tear America apart

The Spectator | September 13, 2022

Instagram faces $402 million fine for alleged mishandling of children’s data

CSO | September 6, 2022

Why Meta’s metaverse goals should fail

The Drum | September 2, 2022

The Daily Reality Of Modern Privacy Problems

Forbes | August 30, 2022

How people finding websites get your information, what you can do to protect yourself

Scripps Local Media | August 12, 2022

The 5 Best Data Privacy Management Software in 2022: Stop Trackers and Take Control of Your Data

Cloudwards | August 10, 2022

You can choose a new name for yourself. Here’s how

NPR | August 2, 2022

Data privacy: Collect what you need, protect what you collect

CSO | August 1, 2022

Hone Your Online Disappearing Act

The Wall Street Journal | July 23, 2022

No, You Can’t Completely Delete Yourself From the Internet

Esquire | July 25, 2022

Facial recognition advancements under scrutiny: ‘Everyone’s privacy is at risk’

Fox News | June 24, 2022

Privacy as a growing and changing source of business risk

Forbes | Jun 23, 2022

Real win vs. privacy theater: Google’s new personal information removal policy

VentureBeat | May 11, 2022

Employee surveillance or employee trust? Why not both?

BenefitsPro | March 09, 2022

Meta’s latest plans show it’s still missing the point on privacy

VentureBeat | March 02, 2022

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