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Why 2019 will introduce stricter privacy regulation

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Online privacy is a complicated subject. Consumers can benefit from sharing data with organizations (such as their mailing address or credit card numbers) to facilitate online access and transactions. However, keeping that user data safe and not misusing it is a major priority for businesses since their reputation and revenue depend on it.

It can take an industry insider to fully hash out what the current state of privacy regulation is today. I spoke with privacy guru Jeremy Tillman, director of product at Ghostery, a web browser security organization, to find out more.

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Scott Matteson: What is the current status of privacy regulation?

Jeremy Tillman: After decades of complacency, the regulatory tide is finally turning against the unchecked personal data collection that powers the ad-revenue machines at Google, Facebook, and other big tech firms. In...(continued)

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