data privacy

  • Apple delays iOS 14 launch due to new privacy feature

    Apple has announced the delay of the implementation of its new anti-tracking feature, designed to ensure that apps and websites don’t track users without their consent.

  • Big data: A force to be reckoned with in the time of COVID-19

    Access to the latest and greatest in emerging technologies places us in a favorable position as a society when it comes to combatting the pandemic. COVID-19 has essentially affected the entire world, not just in terms of health, but has also placed many businesses and entire industries at risk and has forced us all to work and learn from home. This has caused quite the disruption and many organizations and governments across the world are working tirelessly to put an end to the crisis in recent months.

  • Britons to get more control over their personal online data

    Citizens of the United Kingdom will be able to force social media platforms to delete information about them, including content published during their childhood, due to government proposals that will bring data laws into line with new European regulations, Reuters reported.

  • Consolidating trust in the digital age

    The global telecom industry is currently experiencing a new age in connectivity, with the impending introduction of the world’s fastest next-generation network, 5G. There is no doubt that this industry will experience yet another era of unprecedented opportunities and innovation.

  • Hong Kong privacy commissioner talks regulation in Asia

    The rise of emerging information-related technology and its ubiquity pose a very serious concern: how much privacy do we really have? There have been growing concerns about the pace at which governments and regulators are modernizing their legal systems and how they simply do not change fast enough to keep up with new inventions and innovations of the hyper-digital world we live in today.

  • Rethinking data privacy regulation for the tech Renaissance era

    As we move towards a more digitalized future, concerns continue to grow about consumer privacy. Are legal systems adapting to the fast-paced age of emerging tech?

  • Rick McElroy talks cybersecurity and restoring balance after attacks

    New and emerging cyber attacks have become a big challenge for many organizations of different sizes. Carbon Black is an organization that is dedicated to cyber security and which leverages the power of big data and analytics to help solve challenges that companies may face. Their newly introduced predictive security cloud platform aims at transforming cybersecurity in order to deliver next-generation cloud-delivered security solutions which could essentially protect organizations from the most advanced threats.

  • Tech giants urge US Supreme Court to protect private cellphone data

    More than a dozen tech giants in the United States, including Verizon, Facebook, Snap, Twitter and Alphabet's Google, have filed a 44-page brief with the Supreme Court calling for tighter restrictions on government officials having access to private and sensitive cellphone data of individuals.