IBM, Hewlett-Packard, AT&T and Disney have united to try to quell user fears over online privacy. The four companies are in talks with the Better Business Bureau, a US consumer watchdog agency, to establish a self regulatory framework. The new partners are concerned that they, as Internet-savvy businesses, are missing out on potential revenue as consumers shy away from online purchases due to privacy worries.
Acton's warnings come as Facebook is embroiled in one of the biggest data scandals in history
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Dubbed I-MacEtch, it will help meet demand for more powerful nano-tech
GPU firm's research unit for self-driving cars is growing