Google’s ‘deceptive’ account sign-up process targeted with GDPR complaints – TechCrunch

Consumer rights groups in Europe have filed a new series of privacy complaints against Google — accusing the advertising giant of deceptive design around the account creation process which they say steers users into agreeing to extensive and invasive processing of their data. The tech giant profiles account holders for ad targeting purposes — apparently … Read more

9 Ways to Retain Your Top-Performing Employees

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. I believe the pandemic and the time we spent working remotely contributed greatly to the increase in resignations. People were able to assess their work-life balance in a way never before possible. Additionally, assistance from the government — while needed in most cases — allowed for more … Read more

How To Establish Trust in Your Business Partnerships

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. When you see a successful company, it seems as though its success happened overnight — a Cinderella story, if you will. We all know that’s not reality. But the beautiful thing about building and running your own business (while extraordinarily challenging at times) is that it allows … Read more

Anonymous social apps shift their attention to Instagram in the wake of Snapchat’s ban – TechCrunch

Anonymous social apps targeting teens haven’t gone away in the wake of Snapchat’s new policy, which earlier this year banned these types of social experiences from integrating with its developer platform. Instead, the apps have simply found a new way to reach young people: via Instagram. In recent weeks, new apps like Sendit for Instagram … Read more

How Smart Parks is using connected sensors to combat poaching

You’ve heard of smartphones, smart cars, smart cities, even smart refrigerators, but you have heard of Smart Parks? Smart Parks is a Netherlands-based team of technologists dreaming up inventive ways to realize the founders’ vision of bringing the power of modern technology to bear in conservation. “Big tech organizations like Google and Microsoft have big … Read more

This Goldman Sachs Alum Is Simplifying the Transition to Adulthood

“One of the hardest things about adulthood is that it is undefined — no one gives you the playbook when you start working, and you have to figure out a lot of things yourself,” says Genevieve Bellaire, founder and CEO of Realworld. Courtesy of Realworld Bellaire graduated with an MBA and JD from Georgetown University … Read more

Tips for managing neurodivergent people at work

When we talk about inclusion today, we think of identity markers such as race, class, ability, and sexual orientation. But another important consideration is neurodiversity, which refers to the different ways in which people’s brains interact with the world around them. This facet of inclusion is gaining traction, but there is still a lot to … Read more