European Union plans to enforce the controversial Right to be Forgotten will not work, are technically unfeasible and reduce the collection of democracies to the status of a communist dictatorship. That’d be a no then from the UK.
The US Senate Intelligence Committee has pushed forward legislation that nominally helps the finance industry protect itself from cyber-assault, but which critics warn will hand the NSA fresh snooping powers.
Northampton Mayor David Narkewicz is hardly ever without his iPad. Being a nosy journalist, I started obsessing on what he was working on. Finally, I decided to ask – on video. Here’s what I learned about digital governance, Northampton style.
Global electronics giant Philips has been a regular feature of Salesforce.com keynotes, most notably of course in the form of Marc Benioff’s connected toothbrush. But now the two are moving in on the health cloud.
Anything the NSA can do, GCHQ can do better. By classifying social networks as ‘external’ communications, UK spooks argue they are essentially licensed to do whatever they please when spying on cloud communications.