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The wrong way to protect privacy

Members of Congress are finally getting serious about protecting privacy online. If only they had some better ideas on how to do so. The latest...

Cities need scooter data

The great scooter schism was perhaps inevitable. Electric scooters – the latest tech-mobility trend – do more than move people from place to place....
RARE PROPERTY: Mary Philbin, an agent with Mott & Chace Sotheby’s International Realty, stands in the great room of a 3,600-square-foot, single-level, clapboard home set on 15 acres, abutted by conservancy land, in the Matunuck village of South Kingstown. 
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Requests for privacy are increasing among luxury buyers in R.I.

Luxury buyers want more than a beautiful view, modern kitchens and open layouts that allow them to carry on conversations across rooms with family...

Ronald Price named Chief Compliance Officer for Providence Community Health Centers

Ronald F. Price has been named Chief Compliance Officer for Providence Community Health Centers. He has more than a dozen years of executive health...

Capturing consent post-GDPR

The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation is an unprecedented new data-protection law that imposes compliance with stricter privacy rules, giving individuals greater control over...

Make tech companies earn trust

We all agree, they said. Please make more rules for us, they said. Give more money to our regulators, they said. When an assemblage...

Security measures, breach notifications key to minimizing exposure to GDPR liability

By now, you have likely heard something about the European Union’s new General Data Protection Regulation that went into effect May 25. The GDPR...

EU’s data protection law targets worldwide business community

You recently received a flurry of emails from various websites about changes in their privacy policies. You may have wondered why you were receiving...
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