Monthly Archives:: May 2015

Tracking Privacy – Damaging Data Hacks

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Tracking Privacy, by Privatis Technology Corporation, monitors the evolving discussion surrounding privacy while commenting on the stories that matter most to the the growing number of consumers who are making privacy a priority. It has been a terrible week for data hacks. This week has seen the financial information of over 100,000 American citizens fell […]

Tracking Privacy: Rand Paul Vs. The Patriot Act

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Tracking Privacy, by Privatis Technology Corporation, monitors the evolving discussion surrounding privacy while commenting on the stories that matter most to the the growing number of consumers who are making privacy a priority. Last week, we looked ahead to the coming debate surrounding the expiration of the US Patriot Act. We specifically noted that Kentucky […]

The Future of Mobile Payments

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With the growing popularity of Apple Pay and Facebook’s recently announced plans to make money-transfer available on its Messenger app, the subject of mobile payments has once again been brought to the fore. Mobile payment apps allow consumers to make purchases with their phones and leave their wallets at home, and are slowly replacing cash, […]

Tracking Privacy: The Patriot Act Debate Is About To Begin

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Tracking Privacy, by Privatis Technology Corporation, monitors the evolving discussion surrounding privacy while commenting on the stories that matter most to the the growing number of consumers who are making privacy a priority. In the coming weeks, U.S. lawmakers will debate the renewal of the soon to expire PATRIOT Act. The PATRIOT Act (official name […]

Tracking Privacy: France’s New Surveillance Law

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This week, French lawmakers proposed a new surveillance law, which many have dubbed the “French Patriot Act.” The new law was drafted shortly after the January attacks on the Charlie Hebdo magazine and kosher supermarket in Paris. After witnessing the shocking terrorists attacks on their soil, French politicians moved quickly to update laws they say […]