Sceptical about Facebook's conversion to privacy evangelist? You're not alone...
A leading European Commission representative strikes a 'come and join us' tone in Washington, but is anyone listening?
Enterprise hits and misses - cybersecurity leaks, privacy falters, and Google Cloud raises their enterprise bet
This week, in a travel version of hits/misses - cybersecurity stats that startle, and privacy gaffes that irritate. Plus: Google Cloud ups their enterprise game - and analysts weigh in. Your whiffs include the triumph of fussy babies in flight.
Another security survey, but one at least attempting to open up a subject where everyone knows there's a problem, but there is a sense that it is all 'someone else’s fault’.
Zuckerberg went on breakfast television to spin the latest phase of the mea culpa mantra. A win for Facebook PR, but a bad day for journalism.
This week - retail strategy comes into focus in our retail content blowout. Facebook vows to take a privacy do-over, while the abuse of privileged credentials raises red flags for enterprise security. Your whiffs include a sublime series of bonehead alerts.
A born again privacy evangelist or a beleaguered CEO bowing to the inevitable?
California’s tough new California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 is set to take effect at the beginning of 2020 and Big Tech firms are starting to panic.
Is it possible to contain the security risks of Huawei equipment? The UK NCSC thinks so, but should you?
Questions on the security of Huawei equipment have reached a fever pitch. Sensationalism has made a clear assessment difficult. IT leaders have serious pros and cons to weigh out - here's the latest developments.
A parliamentary committee in the UK has issued its final report on the investigation into disinformation and fake news - focusing on Facebook and the abuse of market power by big tech companies.
Is HowDoo the future of social media platforms? An inside look at HowDoo's ambitious Facebook alternative
Can Facebook and its Instagram tentacles be unseated? Seems unlikely, but the cracks in the data armor are showing. A blockchain-powered alternative seems farfetched, but HowDoo has some refreshing ideas to consider.
Third party regulatory change or self-regulation - what's the best approach of bringing social media firms to heel?