Digital transformation veteran Mike Bracken argues that the current COVID-19 crisis will expose those organizations that think that change is all too difficult for them to manage.
The debate around the privacy implications of facial recognition tech isn't getting any less complex...
Sleepwalking to China - COVID-19 response risks surveillance state result, warns UK biometrics commissioner
The fight against COVID-19 could have longer term consequences of an unwelcome nature unless there's more transparency.
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg - COVID-19 usage spike won't last, but now's not the time to slam on the brakes
Facebook has three main areas of focus when it comes to tackling its COVID-19 responsibilities, says CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
Zoom is a rising star in the current Coronavirus crisis, but is this status deserved? A tough personal critique follows...
In times of international crisis, the normal rulebooks get torn up. What price privacy to defeat Coronavirus?
Morrisons data breach court ruling - a significant win for employers, but not a 'get out of jail' card on corporate responsibility
Morrisons is not responsible for the malicious actions of an employee with a grievance who stole data from the firm, a UK Supreme Court ruling that will please employers, but mustn't be seen as a fall back option for ignoring responsibilities.
A recent Westminster eForum in London on data portability added to debate around Smart Data policy and practice, a topic with global applicability.
As the Coronavirus crisis spawns a horde of scammers and fraudsters, some practical security advice for targeted home workers.
Chris Middleton went to the Westminster eForum on the UK’s National Data Strategy to find out what it is, but came away shocked and disappointed. Does the British government have any idea what it is doing?
Data sharing is a crucial ingredient of the digital economy and one that post-Brexit Britain is going to have to get on top of to compete with its US and EU peers.
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The second part of an exclusive report from last week's Westminster eForum on data protection raises more questions about Brexit Britain's data protection regime.