Most Americans want to see greater transparency from companies regarding how their personal data is handled.
The internet is going through a fundamental transformation as the traditional centralized system is set to be challenged by Web 3.0.
A new startup, ZipLabor, is aiming to build its online service for a wide variety of businesses to help them reach more clients locally, and at scale.
A new initiative launched by Privacy.Page, a company helping people protect their data, is raising awareness about privacy issues as hacking becomes a major global problem.
GogolCoin has been building a strong local and international presence in key markets as many big economies of the world are rapidly heading toward changing their traditional financial systems into digital ones.
A British company has developed a new E-bike retrofit kit that is disrupting the cycling industry.
Data laws are evolving since the EU introduced GDPR. With California’s CCPA law last year, and now Virginia’s own Consumer Data Protection Act in place as of March, businesses are catching up to a new reality of stricter data regulation.
Today, decentralized apps developed in the blockchain network have become prevalent. They are considered the most effective tools of the decade. In fact, there are about 4,000 dApps used worldwide, ranging in category from gaming and gambling to health and insurance.
What a customer sees when they make a payment from an e-commerce platform and log onto the checkout page is usually a summary of their purchase followed by a number of icons for the various payment options available to choose from. Behind all of that, however, is a complex backend.
As we find ourselves increasing our reliance on digital forms of communication and management, it seems inevitable that the future of our banking industry will be entirely digitized at some point.