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Ziff Davis, LLC. Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy describes what information Ziff Davis, LLC (“Ziff Davis” or “we”) gathers, how we collect it, our information-sharing practices, how users may change the way their information is collected and how to access their information that is provided on our websites and mobile applications.Used in conjunction with cookies, Ziff Davis may use pixel tags to improve our understanding of site traffic, visitor behavior, and response to promotional campaigns.

Dimension Data | Organisations Are Shifting Their Cybersecurity Strategies From Reactive To Agile

That’s the word from Matthew Gyde, Dimension Data’s Group Executive – Security, who says organisations are no longer simply reacting to cyber threats, but instead creating agile, adaptive IT infrastructures - and even entire enterprises so that cyber breaches are addressed before they happen.“Perimeter-based cybersecurity today won’t be sufficient to carry organisations into the future.

Oculus brings real (and pervasive) data-mining to virtual reality

Critical backlash against Oculus's privacy policy reached Capitol Hill on Thursday, when Sen.) demanded that Oculus and its parent company Facebook answer for the data its new headset collects from virtual reality users.

Sen. Al Franken raises concerns over Oculus Rift privacy policy

Senator Al Franken of Minnesota issued an open letter to Oculus yesterday, questioning the company on how and why it collects data from users of its Rift headset.This refers to the privacy policy included on the Oculus website, which details the various types of data collected by Rift users and the channels that have access to this information — such as third party sources.

Minnesota senator raises privacy concerns about Oculus users

As the Rift can record the users' views, movement, and actions, it would very easy to gather data from users -- even without their knowledge.In Franken's letter to the state, he said: Senator Al Franken is a consumer advocate.