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Will Germany's New Social Media Law Kill Free Speech?

by Neil Telford on 2017-09-25 07:29PM in NEWS-News Analysis, GOVERNMENT-National, FREE TO VIEW, BUSINESS-Services-Law

A new law in Germany that will impose huge fines on social networks for not deleting illegal content has attracted an unusual collection of opponents.

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A 9-Step Guide For GDPR Compliance

by Neil Telford on 2017-09-25 06:39PM in NEWS-News Analysis, FREE TO VIEW, BUSINESS-Services-Law, BUSINESS-Services-IT & Telecoms

In May 2018, the General Data Privacy Regulation will take effect, significantly altering the way organisations handle and store data. Be prepared.

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Facebook To Give Congress Thousands Of Election Ads Bought By Russians

by Neil Telford on 2017-09-25 06:29PM in NEWS-News Analysis, GOVERNMENT-National, FREE TO VIEW, BUSINESS-Services-Law

Full Disclosure: Facebook will provide US Govt. thousands of ads purchased by Russians during the 2016 US presidential race.

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Is A Cyberattack An Act of War?

by Neil Telford on 2017-09-19 07:21PM in NEWS-News Analysis, GOVERNMENT-Defence, FREE TO VIEW, BUSINESS-Services-Law

As warfare becomes increasingly digital, countries are facing a major problem: It’s hard to define when a cyber attack constitutes an act of war.

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Get Your Data Strategy On Board

by Neil Telford on 2017-09-19 07:19PM in NEWS-News Analysis, FREE TO VIEW, BUSINESS-Services-Law, BUSINESS-Services-IT & Telecoms

Only 32% of UK organisations plan to significantly invest in data and analytics in 2017, according to new research by DataIQ Leaders.

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India Cracks Down On Drones

by Neil Telford on 2017-09-19 11:35AM in NEWS-News Analysis, FREE TO VIEW, BUSINESS-Services-Transport & Travel, BUSINESS-Services-Law

India will upgrade its airports and airstrips in view of the unregulated use of drones and the constant threat from terror groups.

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Why Cyber Attacks Could Be War Crimes

by Neil Telford on 2017-09-12 04:37PM in BUSINESS-Services-Law, FREE TO VIEW, GOVERNMENT-Defence, NEWS-News Analysis

If international conflicts are unavoidable, is cyberwar better than a war with bombs and bullets? If so, then could a cyberattack be a war crime?

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Brit Accused of Bank Cyber Attacks

by Neil Telford on 2017-09-12 03:58PM in NEWS-News Analysis, GOVERNMENT-Police, FREE TO VIEW, BUSINESS-Services-Law

A British / Israeli man accused of launching cyberattacks against two of the UK's largest banks has appeared in court.

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Will GDPR Protect Privacy Or Just Lead To More Hacks?

by Neil Telford on 2017-09-05 10:41AM in BUSINESS-Services-Law, FREE TO VIEW, NEWS-News Analysis, TECHNOLOGY-Hackers

Implementation of the new EU Data Protection Regulations will create some unintended and possibly unwelcome consequences.

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Is The US Constitutional Right To Free Speech Threatened Online?

by Neil Telford on 2017-09-05 09:38AM in NEWS-News Analysis, FREE TO VIEW, BUSINESS-Services-Law

The fate of the Daily Stormer, a Nazi hate site that has been kicked off the Internet, signals the increasing irrelevance of the 1st Amendment.

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