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The Weekly Grail

Sunday September 09 2018

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Anthony Ha of TechCrunch reports on new research showing that the vast majority of consumers are concerned about their personal data in his article Salesforce research: Yep, consumers are worried about their data

Kim Hong of Forbes shares his perspective on how to improve a company’s reputation through marketing communication and preference management in GDPR: A Catalyst For Meaningful And Mindful Marketing

Jessica Guynn of USA Today reports on the hearing with Twitter and Facebook surrounding Russian influence, political bias, and personal data privacy on their platforms in Facebook, Twitter face threat of regulation as Congress criticizes response to Russia, bias claims

Ben Brody of Bloomberg analyzes the potential for a national privacy law in the U.S. as the Chamber of Commerce begins work on a legislative blueprint for data privacy in Chamber Proposes Curbs on Consumer Lawsuits Over Data Privacy

Danny Palmer of ZDNet reports on Apple’s next privacy policy that will require all developers to detail how they collect and use personal data in Apple looks to plug App Store privacy hole with new personal data policy

From our Blog

Mallory Surpless, our new Director of Customer Success, shares why DataGrail’s mission inspires her and how teamwork is a driving force in her life in our latest Employee Spotlight: Mallory Surpless