Tag Archives: Internet of Things

With privacy, communication is critical (but it isn’t everything)

Every week, we’re seeing new stories in the news that highlight the uneasy state of privacy norms. The announcement of Windows 10 came with swift backlash against “privacy nightmares,” Spotify’s new privacy policy sparked another wave of disbelief and outrage, and … Continue reading

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Is your data cheating on you? Five life lessons from the Ashley Madison hack

If you’re not one of the 37 million people whose data was hacked in the Ashley Madison breach, you can breathe a sigh of relief. Sort of. The Ashley Madison story may be great for a few news cycles of schadenfreude, … Continue reading

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Three Implications of ‘POPI’: South Africa’s New Legislation on Data Hoarding

There probably won’t be a TLC reality show about it anytime soon, but the concept of “data hoarding” is real, and it’s about to be declared illegal in South Africa, according to an article last week by ITWeb SA. The … Continue reading

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