Mobile App Privacy and Protection when its comes to protecting consumers and kids as Bennet speaks with Robert Ellis Smith, noted privacy expert and publisher of the Privacy Journal.
One of those issues involved the state of California suing Delta Airlines Inc.for allegedly breaking state law by not warning users that the airline is collecting sensitive information each time customers contact the company on its Fly Delta mobile application, plus, FCC and their involvement in the Childrens Online Privacy Protection Act.
Talking Internet Privacy as Bennet speaks with Maryland Attorney General Douglas Gansler. Gansler discusses how government should view privacy and the Internet, from location tracking to hacking, data safety and data breaches to cyberbullying. Also, we hear from about the best new websites and apps for 2012 from Technophiles Peter Kronowitt from Intel and Marc Danziger from Charmed Particles.
Global Protests over ACTA and Latest on Privacy as Bennet speaks with Techdirt CEO and founder Mike Masnick and American journalist, television and radio commentator Dan Tynan.
News headlines include: Borders Intellectual Property Sale Delayed By Privacy Issue; Shoe maker Reebok Settles FTC Deceptive Advertising Lawsuit.
Raun Burnham, who is raising funds for Pocket Mass on Kickstarter! A short 17-minute musical mass for chorus and light instrumentation.
Finally, Bennet speaks with Forbes Magazine staff writer and author of the Not So Private Parts blog Kashmir Hill, who calls herself a privacy pragmatist, writing about the intersection of law, technology, social media and our personal information.
Bennet looks at the legal tech issues Congress will have to deal with following the summer recess. privacy watchdogs and lawmakers are stepping up, calling for laws that would require companies to stop the digital surveillance of consumers who don’t want to be tracked. He also discusses the latest regarding new online gaming and poker legislation and net neutrality.
Bennet brings on Jules Polonetsky, Co-Chair and Director at The Future of Privacy Forum to discuss just where your online privacy is going, how much control will you have, and how much will be out of the users hands.
Bennet speaks with Trevor Hughes, the President and CEO of the International Association of Privacy Professionals or IAPP. They discuss privacy by design, do not track, and how businesses can reduce risk of privacy.
Bennet speaks with Christopher Olsen, the Assistant Director of the Federal Trade Commissionâ€™s Division of Privacy and Identity Protection to discuss the latest developments on privacy in Washington and Michael Roberts, founder of
Rexxfield Reputation Management to discuss the emerging field of online reputation management.