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Apple’s privacy chief talks about backdoors in iOS, GDPR, and more in interview

Privacy has been one of Apple’s main concerns for quite some time, and every year the company announces new ways to make its devices even more secure. This week, ELLE magazine published an interview with Apple’s chief privacy officer Jane Horvath, in which she talks about backdoors in iOS…

Privacy has been one of Apple’s main concerns for quite some time, and every year the company announces new ways to make its devices even more secure. This week, ELLE magazine published an interview with Apple’s chief privacy officer Jane Horvath, in which she talks about backdoors in iOS…
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CONTUS MirrorFly now compliant with GDPR, HIPAA and In-App Chat Moderation Features

CONTUS MirrorFly is a highly secure and scalable real-time communication solution provider that offers Chat APIs and Messaging SDKs with both self-managed and cloud pricing models for businesses…

CONTUS MirrorFly is a highly secure and scalable real-time communication solution provider that offers Chat APIs and Messaging SDKs with both self-managed and cloud pricing models for businesses…
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Dorries takes aim at GDPR with fresh data laws

Nadine Dorries has continued to pave the way for the post-Brexit digital landscape this evening, emphasising the UK’s departure from EU bureaucracy. In its fresh consultation released tonight, the government have set out how the Data Reform Bill announced in this year’s Queen’s Speech will strengthen the UK’s data protection standards while reducing burdens on…

Nadine Dorries has continued to pave the way for the post-Brexit digital landscape this evening, emphasising the UK’s departure from EU bureaucracy. In its fresh consultation released tonight, the government have set out how the Data Reform Bill announced in this year’s Queen’s Speech will strengthen the UK’s data protection standards while reducing burdens on […]
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ICO fails to disclose majority of reprimands issued under GDPR

ICO fails to disclose majority of reprimands issued under GDPR

ICO fails to disclose majority of reprimands issued under GDPR
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GDPR Anniversary: Farewell to Global Data Lakes

This month marks the fourth anniversary of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). As we reflect on our world’s privacy journey, suffice it to say that the regulations are now a driving force behind an organization’s data management and analytics strategy. Privacy is now a top concern for individuals, while organizations still struggle to…

This month marks the fourth anniversary of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). As we reflect on our world’s privacy journey, suffice it to say that the regulations are now a driving force behind an organization’s data management and analytics strategy.

Privacy is now a top concern for individuals, while organizations still struggle to balance data privacy with the data analytics demand of the modern economy. We’ve seen US states such as California passing their own privacy laws, making in practice privacy by design a must-do to be able to navigate the complexity of the privacy regulatory landscape.

At the global level, it has become obvious that attempting to redirect data movements from one location to another to try to achieve compliance after the fact is a real challenge and many have chosen to ignore compliance even if it means risking fines and moving on. This strategy of negligence will expose those who choose to neglect to address the foundation of the problem: the data architecture.

The Demise of the Global Data Lake?

Recent developments triggered by data protection activism suggests that we may be close to a turning point with GDPR. Centralized stores of raw data, also known as global data lakes, are now an endangered species and could be relics of the past sooner than we think.

In a post-Schrems II world, international dat

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