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Death of the tick mark
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Death of the tick mark

How to prevent internal audit becoming obsolete
1 Jun 2022
KRI basics for IT governance
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KRI basics for IT governance

How information technology & information security can implement this crucial part of risk management
1 Jun 2022
Optimising storage infrastructure for DevOps practices
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Optimising storage infrastructure for DevOps practices

Maintaining IT infrastructure to best support application servicesoptim
12 May 2022
Google adds "reject all" cookie buttons to appease EU regulators
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Google adds "reject all" cookie buttons to appease EU regulators

New banners will be applied to Search and YouTube in France before rolling out across Europe
22 Apr 2022
UK gov says media reports to blame for public distrust of AI, data collection
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artificial intelligence (AI)

UK gov says media reports to blame for public distrust of AI, data collection

British public found to be largely comfortable with the level of data sharing across society but is fearful about how AI is more broadly used
31 Mar 2022
Most public sector leaders think their data infrastructure is not fit for purpose
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Most public sector leaders think their data infrastructure is not fit for purpose

Report reveals that the majority will maintain or grow their cloud expenditure, with 53% expecting to increase usage, over the next 12 months
2 Mar 2022
Google accused of 'deceptive' location tracking in fresh US lawsuit
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Google accused of 'deceptive' location tracking in fresh US lawsuit

The tech giant said the case is based on inaccurate claims and outdated assertions about its settings
25 Jan 2022
Establishing a strong foundation for DataOps
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Establishing a strong foundation for DataOps

How to gain a competitive advantage with your available data
6 Jan 2022
EU agrees on data sharing legislation to accelerate industry-wide innovation
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EU agrees on data sharing legislation to accelerate industry-wide innovation

The Data Governance Act aims to make it easier for personal data to be shared across the public and private sectors in areas such as research, innovat…
1 Dec 2021
Industry "delighted" with UK's 'landmark' anti-bias AI standard
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Industry "delighted" with UK's 'landmark' anti-bias AI standard

The algorithmic transparency standard will now enter a pilot scheme to be scrutinised to a greater degree
30 Nov 2021
A third of UK workers are surveilled by employers
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A third of UK workers are surveilled by employers

The sharp rise in surveillance comes as it's revealed webcam monitoring has more than doubled
8 Nov 2021
Footballers seek compensation for "GDPR violating" performance data trading
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Footballers seek compensation for "GDPR violating" performance data trading

Letter threatening legal action against 17 firms that use trade player data claims the practice violates EU data protection law
12 Oct 2021
DataCamp and Degreed partner to offer free data literacy courses
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DataCamp and Degreed partner to offer free data literacy courses

DataCamp’s custom training courses facilitate enterprises’ digital transformation goals
10 Aug 2021
UK gov seeks advice from IT decision makers on 'data maturity' models
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UK gov seeks advice from IT decision makers on 'data maturity' models

The government's Data Quality Hub is hoping to use industry knowledge to create a single model to use across departments
29 Jul 2021
Mastercard banned from taking on new customers in India after flouting data rules
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Mastercard banned from taking on new customers in India after flouting data rules

The country’s reserve bank found that the payment provider did not comply with a data policy established in 2018
16 Jul 2021
What is the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)?
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What is the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)?

We examine the groundbreaking new data law that's often referred to as "America's GDPR"
13 Jul 2021
Privacy group files GDPR lawsuit against online advertising industry
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Privacy group files GDPR lawsuit against online advertising industry

The Irish Council for Civil Liberties is going after Amazon, Facebook, Google and more over alleged data privacy breaches
16 Jun 2021
US Supreme Court gives LinkedIn green light to fight data scraping
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US Supreme Court gives LinkedIn green light to fight data scraping

A lower court ruling previously barred the company from preventing hiQ Labs from accessing information that its members had made public
15 Jun 2021
Canadian mounted police broke law with Clearview AI deal
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Canadian mounted police broke law with Clearview AI deal

The use of a facial image database violated the country’s Privacy Act, said Canada’s privacy regulator
11 Jun 2021
Labour urges NHS Digital to halt patient data-sharing plans
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Labour urges NHS Digital to halt patient data-sharing plans

Pooling pseudonymised medical records risks undermining doctor-patient trust, warns shadow health minister
7 Jun 2021
EU to unveil plans for 'bloc-wide' digital wallet
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EU to unveil plans for 'bloc-wide' digital wallet

Plans for a biometrically secured app to be revealed on Wednesday and could be fully operational by next year
1 Jun 2021
Enabling operational resiliency with Veritas
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Enabling operational resiliency with Veritas

Boost your DX goals with data and infrastructure insights
18 May 2021
Australia steps closer to cross-border data transfers with US
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Australia steps closer to cross-border data transfers with US

A parliamentary committee has recommended 24 changes to a bill before Australia can share data with foreign countries
13 May 2021