data protection

Uber accused of hording a gaggle of stalkers

An ex-Uber employee has unleashed numerous claims the internet innovator is harbouring a horde of stalkers and security protocols which makes Yahoo look like Fort Knox.

UK slams Facebook and WhatsApp data relationship

The UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has cast a shadow over data sharing between Facebook and WhatsApp in a move which could have complicated implications in the long-run.

DT says welcome to the House of Clouds

In a move of consummate German straight-forwardness, Deutsche Telekom has decided not to wait for the rest of the world to catch-up and is simply getting on with its own IoT stuff.

EMC gives hybrid cloud offerings an upgrade

EMC has announced two updates to its Enterprise Hybrid Cloud and Native Hybrid Cloud solutions playing on the digital transformation buzz currently transfixing the technology community.

Europe clarifies data protection rules, sort of

A senior advisor to the European Court of Justice has released a statement which says the retention of personal data is lawful under the condition it is used to fight serious crime and does not infringe on an individual’s privacy rights.

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