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2022: Pivot to Software Product Safety  

Yet another busy year is winding down and I’d like to share some highlights from Internet Safety Labs. This year, we’ve started changing the discussion from privacy and cybersecurity to Product Safety, which is what people want, deserve, and frankly, expect. People...

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Internet Safety Labs Research Reveals 96% of School Apps Send Student Data to Third Parties, Including Advertisers

Internet Safety Labs Research Reveals 96% of School Apps Send Student Data to Third Parties, Including Advertisers

SAN DIEGO, Nov. 23, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Me2B Alliance, a non-profit standards and advocacy organization focused on safe and respectful technology, today announced that it has been awarded a $100,000 grant by the Internet Society Foundation. The foundation funds initiatives that strengthen the Internet in function and reach so that it can effectively serve all people.

Consumer Safety Scorecard for CCPA’s Formal Rulemaking

Consumer Safety Scorecard for CCPA’s Formal Rulemaking

Our first application of the ISL Consumer Safety Scorecard for Regulation is for the California Consumer Privacy Act regulations recently proposed by the CPPA. It was a bit unusual to apply the scorecard to rulemaking—and not to the entire regulation—but we hope you’ll find it helpful.

Introducing the ISL Consumer Safety Scorecard for Regulation

Introducing the ISL Consumer Safety Scorecard for Regulation

Unveiling a more efficient and practical way to evaluate proposed regulations. The ISL Consumer Safety Scorecard for Regulation compares the text of proposed regulations against our “must have” regulation safety principles to arrive at an overall ISL safety score for the regulation.