What if people had the ability to assert their own legally binding permissions for data collection, use, sharing, and retention by the technologies they use?
The FTC announces that Ed Tech companies are prohibited from engaging in common data collection and monetization practices
FTC’s new policy statement clarifies provisions in COPPA, ensuring children have access to educational tools without their data being used for other commercial purposes.
The California Privacy Protection Agency held three days of pre-ruling stakeholder sessions from 5/4/22-5/6/22. Lisa LeVasseur, ED of the Me2BA, spoke in the session on audits, and Noreen Whysel, [...]
The Me2B Alliance is thrilled to see a Privacy Expert and Advocate assume the role of FTC Commissioner. Bedoya is well known for his work in facial recognition technology and privacy as a civil [...]
We hear about data brokers, but who are they and why should I care? They’re pervasive, collect thousands of data points about us on an ongoing basis, and aren’t properly governed. John Oliver [...]
Version 1.0 of the Me2B Safe Specification for Mobile Apps and Websites is now available. It was three years in the making, and this is how we got here.
FBI releases 2021 Cybercrime Report highlighting magnitude of Business Email Compromise (BEC) risks, reinforcing the importance of Me2BA’s research on the threats posed by Dangling Domains
Dangling domains dangerously threaten more and more people each day, including students and parents at K-12 schools. The fraudulent scam activity using these dangling domains is on the rise, [...]
Financial Times Highlights Me2B Alliance Research; Questions remain about VPNs with the Yandex Appmetrica SDK installed.
Our research uncovers significant risks posed by mobile apps with the Yandex Appmetrica SDK that Google and Apple have yet to address. We’ve identified a current list of affected VPN’s to assist [...]