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March 4, 2011  12:54 PM

2011 UK census can be a milestone in regulating data privacy

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
Census, Data protection, Facebook, Google, government, legislation, privacy, regulation

Ten years ago, Computer Weekly posed the question, "Will there ever be another paper-based census?" As we all wait to receive our paper census forms this month, little has changed in a decade that has seen enormous changes in technology.

At least

June 14, 2010  4:43 PM

Why can’t I use my iPhone? – the rise of “bring your own” IT

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
Apple, consumerisation, Data protection, Government IT, iPhone, Security

Ministers in our new government are worrying about rather more prosaic technology issues than the big Whitehall IT contracts that attract all the headlines.

According to one government CTO, some new ministers who are being offered a standard-issue Blackberry for ministerial...


January 9, 2008  5:06 PM

Who owns the data on social networking sites – the website or the person

ComputerWeeklyStaff Profile: ComputerWeeklyStaff
Data ownership, Data protection, privacy

facebook.jpg I followed with interest the recent squabble between Facebook and Robert Scoble over who owned his data on Facebook and have read some really good...


November 30, 2007  9:45 AM

New ComputerWeekly.com video

tcollins1 Profile: tcollins1
Data protection, HMRC, Video

yourfile.gifComputerWeekly investigative journalist Tony Collins broke the story that the HMRC had been sending data online for months to the National Audit Office. See Tony discuss this...


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