Data privacy RSS icon

After Safe Harbor and Privacy Shield, third time lucky for transatlantic data flow regulation? That'd be a definite maybe... This article is sponsored by:

A data flow deal that works, at last! Or is it?

world
Read more about After Safe Harbor and Privacy Shield, third time lucky for transatlantic data flow regulation? That'd be a definite maybe...

British Government continues legislate for online safety and security - including new digital ID plans This article is sponsored by:

A slew of announcements in recent days highlight how the British Government is thinking about online safety and security, both from a citizen and a platform point of view.

Man using mobile payments online shopping and icons showing omnichannel © PopTika - Shutterstock
Read more about British Government continues legislate for online safety and security - including new digital ID plans

Folding NHS Digital into NHS England a ‘significant retrograde step’ for citizens and their health data This article is sponsored by:

Towards the end of last year, Health Secretary Sajid Javid said that moving NHS Digital into NHS England would support the NHS’s recovery from COVID-19.

Doctor pushing button cloud lock security healthcare network on virtual panel management. © MaximP - Shutterstock
Read more about Folding NHS Digital into NHS England a ‘significant retrograde step’ for citizens and their health data

Bad times are good for Palantir, says CEO Alex Karp...which is fortunate given its increased losses and tumbling share price This article is sponsored by:

"We're a little bit of a like a wacky group of guerrilla war fighters, but we're very much in fighting mode!"

palantir
Read more about Bad times are good for Palantir, says CEO Alex Karp...which is fortunate given its increased losses and tumbling share price

Meta’s Facebook set for another legal showdown over past facial recognition practices This article is sponsored by:

The Texas Attorney General’s Office is suing Meta’s Facebook for allegedly collecting biometric data on millions of Texans, without their consent. Meta previously settled with Illinois over a similar lawsuit.

privacy
Read more about Meta’s Facebook set for another legal showdown over past facial recognition practices

Why any changes to GDPR need to be dynamic and centered on trust This article is sponsored by:

What shape will post-Brexit data protection regulations take for the UK outside of the EU? A critical question that demands a solution with trust front-and-center.

trusting
Read more about Why any changes to GDPR need to be dynamic and centered on trust

UK’s Online Safety Bill - not robust enough to to tackle illegal content, nor does it protect freedom of expression This article is sponsored by:

MPs on the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee issue a double blow to the government’s landmark Online Safety Bill.

An image of someone using a mobile phone
Read more about UK’s Online Safety Bill - not robust enough to to tackle illegal content, nor does it protect freedom of expression

How to capitalize on data without harming its subjects? This article is sponsored by:

Part two of a eForum discussion on the data economy proves to be a fascinating look at the challenges and risks associated with data platforms.

Privacy threat at work - laptop with eyes in screen © Juergen Faelchle - shutterstock
Read more about How to capitalize on data without harming its subjects?

UK data - the need to build trust and maintain alliances This article is sponsored by:

The latest Westminster policy conference on the data economy asks the question: can the UK live up to its data potential?

Image of someone trusting their data
Read more about UK data - the need to build trust and maintain alliances

UK follows Australia in clamping down on US facial recognition firm Clearview AI with £17 million data privacy fine This article is sponsored by:

The UK privacy regulator isn't happy with Clearview AI Inc's operational strategy. Nor is her Australian counterpart. But Clearview AI reckons it's being misunderstood.

privacy
Read more about UK follows Australia in clamping down on US facial recognition firm Clearview AI with £17 million data privacy fine
Loading
A grey colored placeholder image