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Spooky! UK security services found guilty of data misuse. (So it’s not just the Americans!) This article is sponsored by:

The UK domestic security force has been found wanting when it comes to data surveillance and retention over an extended period of time - the sort of thing their US counterparts are more usually accused of.

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Data sharing and how to do it - SAP and Williams Sonoma CEOs argue the case for how to leverage data without harm This article is sponsored by:

A wide-ranging debate around data sharing and collaboration brought up some interesting questions and observations.

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British Government complacent about growth opportunity of creative industries and is ignoring digital impact This article is sponsored by:

Global exports of creative services exceeded $1 trillion in 2020. And yet the British Government seems worryingly quiet about fostering creative sectors in the UK. Not only this, but it seems ignorant to the changes occurring at the intersection of creative fields and digital technologies…

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Francis Crick Institute builds its own ‘Trusted Research Environment’ toolkit with Snowflake This article is sponsored by:

Europe’s largest biomedical research center, Francis Crick Institute, says use of Snowflake can turn a two-year build into 30 minutes

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Web scraping bad, information harvesting good? Why there's a need for new legal frameworks in a data economy This article is sponsored by:

At the moment, the wrong laws are being used for the wrong reasons to protect inappropriate attempts at 'ownership' of data. Discuss!

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UK data protection - on the horns of many dilemmas This article is sponsored by:

Getting up to speed on the great data protection debate. Is the UK sailing ahead to a clear destination, or merely all at sea?

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How Janeiro Digital wants to ‘fix the Web’ - CEO and CTO interview This article is sponsored by:

Another company in the world of decentralized computing - Janeiro Digital - aims to bridge the gap from Web 2.0 to Web 3.0

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AI use in recruitment is growing – but users are ignoring big risks This article is sponsored by:

The latest report from a multinational law firm finds that few organizations are considering the risks of using AI to automate the recruitment process

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Oracle has a vision for national and global healthcare databases to improve patient care This article is sponsored by:

Last week at Oracle CloudWorld, co-founder and CTO of Oracle, laid the foundations for the company’s healthcare vision. They’re ambitious, but can it overcome the hurdles?

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Enterprise hits and misses - Meta gets hacked, the metaverse gets whacked, and co-code gets a jargon check This article is sponsored by:

This week - Meta has a mobile vulnerability; API security with web apps gets scrutinized. Does co-code solve modern IT problems - and is it jargon I can approve? I get grouchy about the metaverse, which can't escape the whiffs section.

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Biden paves the way for 'Privacy Shield 2.0' with an Executive Order, but concerns are already being raised about what comes next This article is sponsored by:

Progress, of sorts, on a replacement transatlantic data agreement between Europe and the US. But is this latest attempt going to any more successful than its predecessors?

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Confluent seeks to democratize data streams for users with Stream Designer This article is sponsored by:

Confluent, the ‘data in motion’ company, also announced new advanced features for Stream Governance to help organizations resolve issues with complex pipelines more easily.

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A "truly bespoke British data protection regime" - blue meat thrown to activists as Brexit Britain takes aim at GDPR This article is sponsored by:

Britain's new political idiocracy makes its next move as dangerous data protection gamble is confirmed.

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