Today's smart devices come with a hidden price tag for all of us. Zoho's Raju Vegesna explains the concept of sensory surveillance and why you should care
Speakers at one of the UK’s biggest music conferences expose how digital opportunities are being missed by both musicians and their distributors.
There's a deal on the table for a new future for TikTok that appeases the US government and benefits Oracle and Walmart. But there are also still questions to be answered.
From CRM to ERP to productivity vendor? How Zoho Workplace fits into their future of work - and their stance against work surveillance
Zoho shook up some more enterprise software categories with their recent Zoho Workplace announcements. During recent interviews, I pursued how these moves fit into Zoho's stance against work surveillance - and why this debate matters to a remote workforce.
The National Data Strategy has been in the pipeline for years and will see a £2.6m project to address barriers to data sharing.
Much of the discussion of GDPR and CCPA focuses on consumers, but data privacy is also an issue for employees, writes Zoho's Raju Vegesna
Enterprise hits and misses - workplace returns spark privacy debates, while Zoom and MongoDB get a digital economy boost
This week - returning to work(places) raises the privacy stakes - how will employers respond? Plus: will AI-based threat detection make us safer, or add to the surveillance culture? Plus: whiffs-a-plenty.
Privacy as a human right in a time of crisis - another aspect of the return to the workplace trust deficit
If employees are to be persuaded to return to workplaces, there needs to be a reappraisal of how organizations and legislators address data and privacy concerns.
The EU’s interest in its Gaia-X infrastructure is just one example of what could become an international rush towards national interest-driven, inward-looking towards parochial centralisation of the Internet, which would fracture as a global entity and become a set of state-bordered and state-governed Wide Area Networks.
101 damnations - privacy activists launch fresh challenge to firms conducting 'illegal' data transfers to the US
Privacy Shield is dead, but there's more denial on view about the validity of some data transfers than you'd find in a Monty Python parrot sketch.
Oracle and Salesforce hit by €10 billion privacy violation class action - and there's an Elliott Management angle to stir the pot further
Oracle and Salesforce deny allegations made by The Privacy Collective in what could be a precedent setting legal tussle that rumbles on for years.
COVID-19 has highlighted the importance of using data to tackle the pandemic crisis, but are personal consumer protections getting in the way here?
A new report by think tank Institute for Public Policy Research highlights the dangers of leaving big tech unchecked in the coming years, as it doubles down on the data economy.
With the rise of COVID-19 contact tracing apps, will consumers find more value in handing over their data? Zendesk's Jeff Titterton considers what this means for businesses