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Google hit with nearly $1m privacy fine in Belgium

Google hit with nearly $1m privacy fine in Belgium

Record fine meted out over person's right to be forgotten.
Jul 15 2020 10:49AM
Twitter sues US Justice for right to disclose surveillance requests

Twitter sues US Justice for right to disclose surveillance requests

Cites violation of First Amendment rights.
Oct 8 2014 6:48AM
Google commences ‘right to be forgotten’ Euro tour

Google commences ‘right to be forgotten’ Euro tour

Google-appointed panel to debate privacy rights.
Sep 10 2014 6:36AM
Finland makes broadband a legal right

Finland makes broadband a legal right

Sets minimum broadband speeds at 1 Mbps.
Jul 2 2010 6:58AM
Internet perceived as a fundamental right

Internet perceived as a fundamental right

Global attitudes to online access.
Mar 9 2010 7:16AM
RuddNet the right option: iTnews reader poll

RuddNet the right option: iTnews reader poll

A clear majority of iTnews readers prefer the Government-backed 'RuddNet' National Broadband Network (NBN) plan to previous plans to contract the building of an NBN to a single company or consortium.
Apr 14 2009 1:36PM
Feds claim right to laptops

Feds claim right to laptops

The United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) will continue to allow its agents to seize notebook computers and retain the devices indefinitely.
Aug 2 2008 7:26PM
Guest Column: Implementing the right CRM system

Guest Column: Implementing the right CRM system

Building and maintaining strong, solid relationships with customers is essential to the success of any business. According to Adam Sarner, an analyst with Gartner who focuses on the customer relationship management (CRM) industry, obtaining a new customer is 10 times more expensive than retaining an existing one.
May 26 2008 3:09PM
Software: The right choice

Software: The right choice

There are plenty of tools around to make infosec professionals' life easier. But how do you find the right ones? Barry Mansfield reports.
Mar 18 2008 3:49PM
Yahoo pays US$680m for Right Media

Yahoo pays US$680m for Right Media

Portal snaps up online advertising exchange.
May 1 2007 2:30PM
UK think-tank calls for right to copy CDs and DVDs

UK think-tank calls for right to copy CDs and DVDs

IPPR says using iPods and MP3 players makes criminals of millions.
Oct 31 2006 9:42AM
Making the right moves for advancement

Making the right moves for advancement

In one of our features this month, "2006: Year of exposed IDs," we discuss the various breaches that have plagued businesses of all sizes over the last year. As our edition went to press, still other incidents cropped up.
Oct 17 2006 8:54PM
Google right to protect its trademark

Google right to protect its trademark

Objection to 'google' as a verb is justified, says lawyer.
Aug 18 2006 10:34AM
Mobile music hits the right note

Mobile music hits the right note

Revenues from mobile music services will top US$14 billion worldwide by 2011, according to the latest statistics from industry analyst Juniper Research.
Aug 8 2006 3:00PM
The Common Vulnerability Scoring System: Get your threat priorities right

The Common Vulnerability Scoring System: Get your threat priorities right

Over the years, I’ve seen and used a diverse range of methods to evaluate and explain the risks associated with a particular security threat or vulnerability. Depending on the audience and the nature of the environment being evaluated, there has always been – and always will be – a frequent need to reclassify the severity of a finding. This is particularly relevant when making use of findings derived from automated security tools.
Mar 6 2006 7:04PM
Management right or wrong?

Management right or wrong?

Dec 9 2005 4:51PM
Get your priorities right

Get your priorities right

With a bit more effort, threats can be more accurately assessed and prioritised, says Gunter Ollmann
Dec 9 2005 3:49PM
Get the small things right, then move on

Get the small things right, then move on

Oct 21 2005 5:26PM
Move by the DHS is the first right step

Move by the DHS is the first right step

We've all heard the saying, life's not a destination but a journey. The same holds true for security, according to the Federal Trade Commission's Orson Swindle, who talked at a CSO Summit last month in D.C., organized in part by the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA).
Jul 27 2005 3:53PM
It’s always the right time

It’s always the right time

Gunter Ollmann explains how security can be assessed at each phase of the application development lifecycle
Jul 15 2004 11:20AM

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