Privacy means different things around the world, depending on a person’s nationality and background, Waze CEO Noam Bardin told the The Wall Street Journal at its Future of Everything Festival. It’s particularly challenging in the U.S., he said, because the U.S. does not have an "official standard for privacy." Until there are consistent data privacy standards in place, Bardin urged tech companies to be as transparent as possible with the data they collect so consumers can choose whether or not to use their services. He also called for a new regulatory environment able to keep up with today’s companies as technology has evolved. (Registration may be required to access this article.)
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