Sir Tim Berners-Lee argues that nothing short of a ‘revolution’ will stem abuse of the Internet and a new Internet Charter, a new Magna Carta, is essential to force tech giants to take concrete action to reinvent how the Internet is monetized and regulated.
New vehicle hacking threat exploits Bluetooth connectivity and targets a car’s infotainment system to access stored contacts, call logs, text logs, and in some instances even full text messages without the user being aware.
Almost 18 months since the 2017 massive outbreak, the WannaCry ransomware remains a cyber threat based on recent research from Kaspersky Labs showing 75,000 infections over the last three months.
Data collection and analytics from connected vehicles has troubling implications for the individual's privacy, not least because they simply have no choice. The use of motor vehicles is such a fundamental part of modern life that the invasion of privacy is all but unavoidable if new legislation is not promulgated.
Recent PwC survey results indicate that half of respondents were not confident that their organizations would meet the 2020 deadline for CCPA compliance. What are the lessons learnt from the GDPR compliance exercise that can help companies approach CCPA and other upcoming requlations?
Mobile app makers can now use uninstall tracking software to inundate ex-users with advertising designed to win them back. Can app developers continue to use customer data for any purpose which fits their business model – even after users have deleted the mobile app?
Facebook has once again found itself in the unenviable position of having to defend itself against privacy violation claims – this time via Facebook Portal.
Singapore and Malaysia are rolling out national digital ID initiatives to streamline government services and improve efficiency. What are the lessons to be learnt from similar schemes like India's Aadhaar system?