There is no AI Ethics without data privacy. But how do we account for new privacy legislation like GPDR and CPRA - and also the resistance to it? Here's how the regulation of privacy evolved.
Can advertising save the open web? It's not an idea I am typically open to. At Collision 2021, Quantcast CEO Konrad Feldman made his case for advertising as the savior of the open web. Let's discuss.
"Privacy is not a feature" - how Zoho's approach to workplace privacy impacts AI development, and more
With return-to-work on deck, workplace privacy is center stage. But are organizations ready? In the second part of our privacy dialogue, Raju Vegesna shares how Zoho's privacy stance impacts AI development. He also shares tips and gotchas along the way.
If we are to have Vaccine Passports, what are the basic principles providers like IBM and Salesforce need to follow?
As the Vaccine Economy emerges, will we all be expected to carry Vaccine Passports for entry back to normality? If so, can we be sure the ethical considerations are being thought through first?
Whilst the EU and the UK have struck a Trade and Cooperation Agreement post-Brexit, concerns have been raised about the UK’s access to vital law enforcement data.
Be realistic, focus on privacy and don’t forget to ask the patient - what healthcare digital transformation really needs to be successful
Big vision ideas for health sector digital transformation need to be tempered with practical considerations based on real world concerns and attitudes. Some top advice from four expert commentators.
The Zen of workplace data privacy - Zoho's Raju Vegesna on productivity monitoring, privacy as a best-of-breed weakness, and Google's "cookieless" campaign
Software vendors claim workplace data privacy is neutral - wrong. Products influence culture. And is Google's "cookieless" announcement PR hype, or a breakthrough? Time to revisit Zoho's stance on data privacy - via a 1:1 with Raju Vegesna.
The ink isn't dry on the UK's data adequacy deal with the EU and already the government's lead on all things digital is talking about changing things. Undermining Digital Britain - one more time with feeling!
Blockchain without tears - Oracle takes best of distributed ledger tech to improve database security
Oracle's rebranded "crypto-secure data management" has found a legitimate use for blockchain as a security technique within conventional databases.
If the future of privacy is cookieless, what happens to the ad tech industry when third-party cookies go away?
Google's pending changes to third-party cookies in Chrome put marketers on notice - but are we truly entering a cookieless ad tech world? Tapad CTO Jeff Olchovy shares his views on marketing technology in a cookieless future.
Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, Oliver Dowden, states that the UK does not need to copy and paste the EU’s data protection rule book post-Brexit.
Civil liberties and compliance burdens - the underlying price of the shift to remote working that we all have to pay?
Working from home is a good thing, right? For most, maybe so, but there are organizational and compliance implications to be considered. And just how happy are you for your employer to track your movements?