The Supreme Court’s decision in U.S. v. Jones may influence the evolution of privacy rules and practices

Individuals share information with some people, but that does not mean they are comfortable sharing it with all people

When it comes to privacy, it appears that legal change is coming.

Legal change typically follows rather than precedes changes in consumer and public norms. And increasingly we’re seeing concrete indications that consumers are not just focusing more on their privacy, but also thinking about the concept in distinctly new ways. 

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Brad Smith

Brad Smith has nearly 20 years of leadership experience in the web consumer, enterprise software and communication service provider industries, spanning sales and marketing, product...

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