Tag Archives: data privacy

Protection from Prism

Data privacy is not necessarily a subject which quickens the pulse, unless, of course, it is your data which is under threat. However, the subject has acquired a whole new significance in recent days following the revelations by whistleblower Edward Snowden who leaked sensitive information about US surveillance programmes to the Guardian here in the… Read More »

The right to be forgotten

Without forgetting it is quite impossible to live at all – Friedrich Nietzsche Like the rumble of thunder which precedes the storm or the escape of sulphurous gas which heralds a volcanic eruption, it is clear that the EU is up to something. That something promises to be momentous. Forget the recession/depression, forget the riots… Read More »