Is de-identification a broken system?
How can partial bank account details be classified as non-personal data? Have you heard of the digital age Medusa? Is Ireland ready to police the data world? Should more companies be considering data a "byproduct" - which can be maximised through a data sharing economy? How can big data reduce police misconduct? Or save the planet? Would we understand climate change data more if we ate it? What role can AI have in healthcare and the judicial system? A carefully curated summar
Are we getting data wrong?
As more data breaches and unlawful data collections hit the news, it's no wonder people are reluctant to share their personal data. Do you know where all your data is stored? Is the future sharing datasets through an open infrastructure? 🔍 Can sharing data improve healthcare? Or even cure cancer? 💭 What can people do better than machines? Has this changed since 1951? 🤖 A carefully curated summary of the top data-related news from the week: Personal data It was ruled this w
Major social networking sites stopped giving social media data to the police - but who really knew t
Are your IoT devices are vulnerable to malware? Or if your Skype connection is really private? Or what a data leak smells like?! Data breach fines are predicted to have increased by 175% by 2018. 💰 As more industry-leading companies join the virtual reality market (PSVR), will 2017 be the year the world FINALLY 'gets' VR? Can VR change the traditional model of storytelling - with the reader driving the narrative instead? 📚 A carefully curated summary of the top data-relate
Is a new era of data privacy long overdue?
From further information revealing Yahoo's actions, to personal data being valued at $3.20, is a new era of data privacy long overdue? Have our phones invaded our privacy of thought? Do companies need to offer 'social contracts' with their customers to build trust and transparency? How can companies unify datasets to maximise sales without compromising customer privacy? A carefully curated summary of the top data-related news from the week: Headlines Google launched Pixel 📞
Is customer data really safer by companies regulating themselves?
Is this why so few customers trust organisations with their data? Why is data privacy still not always considered paramount? Should data privacy be worth more than a diamond? A carefully curated summary of the top data-related news from the week: Headlines Dropbox and Microsoft follow Google and sign up to the new US-EU data transfer agreement Privacy Shield. But is customer data really safer by companies judging for themselves whether they meet the criteria? 🕵 Insiders say