- 2017, August 23, ETHNews, “Brazil’s Ministry Of Planning Reveals Ethereum-Based Proof Of Concept For Verifying Identity“
- 2017, August 23, ITWire, “Android users’ privacy put at risk by Igexin ad network“
- 2017, August 22, Security Affairs, “Hotel booking service Groupize allegedly exposed sensitive data contained in unsecured AWS storage bucket“
- 2017, August 22, MIT Sloan Management Review, “Accelerate Access to Data and Analytics With AI“
- 2017, August 22, The Register, “Sonos will deny updates to those who refuse revised privacy terms” — I don’t think this is a good outcome. Earlier buyers of the product/service had one idea of how their data would be used, and now they are forced to agree to the new terms or have a diminished service. When the likes of Google or Facebook make a change like this a user can simply decide to not use the service without a financial loss. But in a case like this, where someone who has paid for a product or service and then has the terms changed on them, there ought to be some compensation.
- 2017, August 22, ZDNet, “Unifi Software readies RegAlert! for GDPR“
- 2017, August 22, SSRN, “Artificial Intelligence and Public Policy“
- 2017, August 22, SSRN, “The Era of Ubiquitous Listening: Living in a World of Speech-Activated Devices“
- 2017, August 22, SSRN, “The Skeleton in the Hard Drive: Encryption and the Fifth Amendment“
- 2017, August 22, SSRN, “The Limits of (Digital) Constitutionalism: Exploring the Privacy-Security (Im)Balance in Australia“
- 2017, August 22, SSRN, “The Dynamic Effect of Information Privacy Law“
- 2017, August 22, SSRN, “Responding to Antitrust and Information Technology“
- 2017, August 22, SSRN, “The Blocking Injunction: A Critical Review of Its Implementation in the United Kingdom, within the Legal Framework of the European Union“
- 2017, August 22, LinkedIn, “The GDPR is a Design Challenge: An Open Letter to Designers and Agencies“
- 2017, August 22, Silicon, “‘Anonymous Hacker’ Claims To Have Stolen 11 Million NHS Records” — original source is The Sun. I haven’t seen any other references to this particular NHS breach, so I am sceptical.
- 2017, August 22, CSO, “Australia is filled with EU citizens; will you meet your GDPR obligations to them?“
- 2017, August 20, Politico, “Europe’s tech ambition: To be the world’s digital policeman“
- 2017, August 19, arXiv – 1708.05905, “Designing for Pragmatists and Fundamentalists: Privacy Concerns and Attitudes on the Internet of Things“
RecommenderX : concept is to discover insight in an organisation’s data and then use this to create a unique recommendation engine – I presume. Recommendation/Personalisation-as-a-Service. Cool idea, but I guess the question is: cost vs benefit!
Hyper Anna : Maybe a more user-friendly version of Wolfram Alpha?
Suruna : video analytics. They describe it as a recommendation engine like Netflix. But how many organisations have enough video assets to require a recommendation engine? Maybe news agencies?
Volta : Blockchain-based GDPR compliance software. Sounds interesting; I will try to get a demo of it.