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Will Privacy Kill the Open Web?

Will Privacy Kill the Open Web?

Privacy and how the personal data of individuals is collected, stored, manipulated and shared is governed by GDPR. However, some high-profile data compliance breaches have thrown into doubt the effectiveness of the regulation. And as the Open Web comes under attack once more, can privacy and the ideals of an Open Web every be fully reconciled?

Pandemic Of Data Sharing?

A Pandemic Of Data Sharing?

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the use of apps and other trace and track technologies have not delivered on their promise. Strong personal data regulation, coupled with public suspicion about how their data is collected and then used, is driving the debate surrounding Coronavirus and how technology can be used to combat its impact.

Data Protection Day 2020

Silicon UK in Focus: Data Protection Day 2020

Today is the 14th annual Data Protection Day. Silicon UK speaks to Bob Canaway, Chief Marketing Officer, Privitar to gain his insight into how data protection has evolved and what challenges lie ahead.

IP Expo

Smart Buildings and GDPR

This article was delivered at IP EXPO Europe 2018, and provides you with a snapshot of the insight you can expect to see at Digital Transformation EXPO Europe 2019!

Controlling Data

Embracing Big Brother: Is Your TV Watching You?

With news that smart TVs are collecting vast quantities of personal information and then passing this to Google and Amazon, is this the cost of using this technology, or a breach of our privacy?