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It’s Not Just TikTok: The Ever Changing Data Privacy Landscape

TikTok, the seemingly innocuous viral video app most popular with Generation Z, is facing increased scrutiny as lawmakers around the world wrestle with the app’s data privacy and security concerns. Citing a […]

Information Governance: Knowing is Half the Battle

GDPR and CCPA have had a wide impact on how we think about what constitutes data knowledge. Your business needs to know what data it has collected, and where it’s kept, in […]

Dark Data, Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining, and Fear of the Unknown

This is Halloween Every October, I undertake a ritual to prepare for Halloween. No, I’m not referring to some pagan summoning ritual, or any other kind of occult activity. My ritual consists […]

Data Privacy: How the Current NCAA Debate Reflects the State of Big Data

A Country Divided? With Data Privacy, Not So Much If you aren’t aware, a massive ongoing debate is being waged between student-athletes, state legislatures, and the National Collegiate Athletic Association. As part […]

What the Heck is Machine Learning Good For, Anyway?

You’ve probably heard the phrase “machine learning” bandied around in business publications. You probably are also frustrated by the vague promises from these articles that machine learning will revolutionize compliance (for better […]

George Kobakhidze: Users Only Access Around 10% of Data

ZL’s team has a wide variety of perspectives on information governance, brought on by different roles, experiences, and knowledge. For this post, I interviewed solutions engineer George Kobakhidze about his insights on […]