privacy

 

Trump’s wrecking ball through US data privacy could hit global travel tech industry
7 months ago

New US president Donald Trump has signed, as well all know,  a number of executive orders in his first few weeks in …

 
 
apple fbi 2 years ago

Yesterday the technology industry was in an uproar over a US government request made of Apple relating to the security protections on …

 
 
2 years ago

Thomson is the latest travel firm to have a data breach reported in the mainstream UK press, although details are thin on …

 
 
2 years ago

Hotel guests today expect their interactions with brands to be personal and relevant to their interests. In fact according to AgilOne, 70% …

 
 
2 years ago

As things stand, the internet of things (IoT) in a travel context is all about B2B operations, with the jury is still …

 
 
2 years ago

A “Future of Travel” event in Madrid this week took a broad-brush approach to the industry, with one recurring theme at the …

 
 
3 years ago

After years of constant criticism for not offering sufficient granular controls for managing privacy, the world’s largest social network is finally delivering …

 
 
Travel data 4 years ago

Watching the legal system deal with the internet is like watching somebody trying to drive a car by looking only in the rear-view mirror. 

 
 
4 years ago

Pretty much everyone (myself included) has been reading Google+ wrongly. Because it bears many superficial resemblances to Facebook or Twitter we’ve thought that it is a social network.

 
 
IATA NDC privacy 4 years ago

Here’s the backstory to the European Commission’s request for more information about the privacy protections of the global airline industry’s proposed new distribution capability.

 
 
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