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A year in Russian online travel – politics, games and investments

It’s fair to say the travel industry won’t be the same in Russia after 2014. The year was full of shocking events …

 
 

SECURITY: Russia is getting tough on US online companies which by not storing data on Russians in the country are not complying with …

 
 

Essential Travel (Think W3) has been served with a £150,000 fine from UK data protection body, the Information Commissioner’s Office. According to …

 
 
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SYSTEMS: Personal privacy online and via telecommunications was thrown into a spotlight even Wikileaks couldn’t highlight this year as US spy shops …

 
 

Companies of all sizes are taking their marketing campaigns online using various social media and networking platforms.

 
 

“Even in San Francisco, a dude wearing Google Glass looks like a dick,” a friend observed on Facebook last weekend.

 
 

Many companies spend a lot of money trying to protect data from hackers.

 
 
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This winter, a white-hat hacker contacted several travel companies alleging that their websites have a security vulnerability that would allow thieves to skim credit card data from customers.

 
 

Officials within the British government are some of the most vociferous critics of the European Commission’s draft data protection regulations.

 
 

Imagine a world where someone owns a record of everything you do in life. Went shopping? Safeway owns that act. Watched a movie? Netflix owns a record of that. Grabbed a quick bite to eat? McDonalds owns a log of that.

 
 
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