Category Archives: Privacy

GDPR: A Year in Review: Part 1

It’s been one year since the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) was implemented. We wanted to see what other regulations have passed since then as a result. What seedlings have sprouted?

The importance of credentialing: A case study

Part of our credentialing process is to make sure that there is one “responsible party” on file. This is the person who signs on the dotted line saying that they will not abuse the service, that they’ll pay the bill, and all that fun stuff.

How do we protect our data?

Data security is a big concern in today’s world. So how does USInfoSearch secure its data from unauthorized access? 2-Factor Authentication – All accounts on USInfoSearch are protected using 2-factor authentication. When you enter your username and password, we’ll send you a text message with a validation code. You’ll have just a few minutes to […]

What could the CCPA mean for us?

The consumer blowback after the major privacy scandals in the last few years bore fruit in 2018 with the passing of GDPR 2016 (General Data Protection Regulation) in the EU (implemented this year). Now the US sees new major controls on data privacy with the passing of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), signed into […]

DNC means ‘Do Not Call’

So why do I get so many spam calls? By the middle of 2019, almost half of the calls Americans will receive are predicted to be spam, according to First Orion, a calling protection company (click here),  who provide antispam solutions for several of the major US cellular carriers.

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