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Microsoft Hopes to Win Over Consumer Privacy Advocates
Microsoft aims to assist users understand privacy issues by embedding privacy agents into its web browser

website privacy policy  The lesson for a website operator is a simple one. Have a clear privacy statement that explains what kinds of data you collect and how you intend to use it. Make sure that you reference any partners who might use your data in raw or aggregated form, and that their privacy policies are equally clear. An opt-in policy clearly provides more protection to surfers than an opt-out policy; just as clearly it can have the effect of scaring users for no good reason. As Microsoft itself notes, cookies offer many Read More
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I Know What You Did Last Week - But I'll Never Tell
Internet advertising is under attack from privacy advocates and private citizens as DoubleClick reveals that it can correlate surfing behavior with individual

website privacy policy  known to any Microsoft website the user visits. Microsoft releases a patch to deactivate the mistake. June, 1999 DoubleClick and Abacus Direct announce their planned merger. Privacy groups object. August, 1999 Amazon.com's purchase circles, which allow surfers to look at aggregate purchasing histories of such groups as neighborhoods, employers, and professional organizations, are announced and criticized. October, 1999 Congress fails to file legislation to protect electronically stored medical Read More
DoubleClick Merger Good News For Privacy Advocates?
DoubleClick agreed to purchase NetCreations in a stock exchange valued at $191 million. NetCreations is the leader in ethical direct mail advertising

website privacy policy  business - the Postmaster website, an opt-in mailing list for webmasters - into the core of a profitable marketing business with 1999 revenues of $20 million (up 508% over 1998) and net income of $4.5 million. The NetCreations business, PostMasterDirect.com, is a double opt-in e-mail marketing service. Visitors to the site select categories in which they are interested in receiving marketing e-mail. However they are not entered into the database until they have replied to an automatically generated Read More
Yet Another Crumby Cookie Story
Take a company with a simple and honest business model but without all of its privacy policies clearly stated and a second company which a gift for hyperbole

website privacy policy  eCRM packages. Whereas a website would probably get the data from its web logs, Coremetrics obtains it by having the site embed a JavaScript tag (called a beacon or web bug ) on every page. This tag sends page and cookie data to Coremetrics' servers. Like any ASP, Coremetrics provides websites with the ability to incorporate an important function without the need to make a large up-front investment in licensed software and installation services. Interhack Corporation is a provider of technology Read More
Freeware Vendor's Web Tracking Draws Curses
The free cartoon character cursor provided by Comet Systems Inc. tracks and stores the web visits of millions of people. This potential privacy issue was

website privacy policy  purpose other than counting website visits, they did not see that there was a privacy issue. They have now posted a privacy statement on their website. This statement says, in part, Any information you provide to Comet Systems when registering for CometZone is maintained and is accessible only by Comet Systems and a few of Comet Systems's content sponsors. We use the information collected during registration to better understand your interests, and to provide you with the best products and services on Read More
PLUK Productions
PLUK Productions houd zich bezig met het ontwerpen en implementeren van complete website, bestaande uit HTML, PHP in combinatie met MySQL, DHTML, JAVAScript

website privacy policy  en implementeren van complete website, bestaande uit HTML, PHP in combinatie met MySQL, DHTML, JAVAScript, FLASH, etc. Daarnaast verhuren wij ook webspace, waardoor PLUK Productions uw webpagina van begin tot eind kan verzorgen. Read More
How to Achieve Regulatory Compliance with E-mail and Internet Content Security Policy Enforcement
The maze of regulations governing electronic data has never been more complex. Various regulatory bodies, as well as international, regional, and national

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How to Serve an Ad
Presents an overview of the basic technology used in all ad-serving solutions.

website privacy policy  to get interesting. The website publisher does not want all ads to have an equal chance of being on every page. Perhaps the home page should command a higher premium, or the publisher wants to ensure that ads from airlines do not show up on pages discussing potential Y2K problems at the FAA. Passing information along with the program invocation can accommodate such considerations; of course the program would have to be made more powerful so that it could make use of the information. As an example, when Read More
1105 Media, Inc.
1105 Media provides business-to-business research and media content, focusing on technology, products, policy, regulation, and news.

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Top 10 Excuses For Not Securing Your Website or Network
With so many sites lacking security, we have put together a list of the leading reasons why businesses and organizations are unable to secure their network. Don

website privacy policy  For Not Securing Your Website or Network Top 10 Excuses For Not Securing Your Website or Network L. Taylor - May 23, 2000 Introduction If your company is like most, it has neglected to perform basic due diligence in securing its vital assets. How and why does such a critical part of information technology management get overlooked? The amount of excuses we have discovered is endless. Here are some of the best: No one forced us to do it. Our administrators need to use the security holes to get their work Read More
SurfAid is Not Enough: IBM Partners with WebCriteria
IBM is partnering with WebCriteria to make it possible for users of its SurfAid traffic analysis package to use the WebCriteria product for improved analysis of

website privacy policy  product that evaluates a website in terms of the reactions of real surfers, as captured in a model (see TEC article Will Max Get Mad When He Surfs Your Website? ) . The WebCriteria product, Max, is not a replacement for traditional traffic analysis. It can be a valuable adjunct that provides insight into why the traffic numbers come out the way they do. The Global Services division of IBM (NYSE: IBM) has an ASP product called SurfAid that produces traffic reports for its users. Under a newly announced Read More
Marketing and Intelligence, Together at Last
Net Perceptions ties its own business intelligence package along with Angara’s technology for improving conversion rates into a tidy ASP package.

website privacy policy  let companies understand their website visitors. The Recommendation Channel makes recommendations for cross-sells and up-sells based on the behavior of previous visitors. The Customer Acquisition Channel uses Angara's Converter product to target content to first-time visitors. The E-Mail Channel, a strategic partnership with Xchange, Inc., provides clients with the ability to design and target consumer emails. Market Impact The move by eCRM firms to embrace ASP offerings is accelerating. In Angara's case Read More
Integrating Fax and E-mail: An Overview of Exchange, Active Directory, and Group Policy Fax Solutions
When you decide to implement a new fax software solution, you should review how the solution will be implemented and managed, as well as its ability to grow

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Fixing Security Backdoors: Red Hat 1, Microsoft 0
April is the cruelest month for operating system security holes. Red Hat posted a fix within six hours, but Microsoft leaves us… still waiting!

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Network-wide Data Protection: A Policy Key Management Architecture Primer for Business Leaders
Data loss can be damaging to a business—hurting short-term stock prices, impacting customer relationships, and reducing revenues. As more companies conduct

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