When IT Meets Politics:

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May 21, 2016  5:29 PM

The battle for the heart of the Internet: advertisers versus users

Philip Virgo Profile: Philip Virgo
Adware, Bloatware, cloud, confidence, Facebook, Google, Internet, Net Neutrality, NSA, privacy, router, Snowden, Uncategorized, Vodafone

The pledges in the Queen's Speech to use the proposed Digital Economy Bill to empower consumers and protect citizens (and their children) in the on-line world...

May 21, 2016  12:37 PM

Envisioning the (collapse of confidence in) Global Information Society

Philip Virgo Profile: Philip Virgo
confidence, Digital skills, Information security

It is 15 years since my submission for the Conference to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Leo, the first business computer was published. The task was to predict the world of business computing fifty year ahead. My entry was titled "Envisioning the Global Information Society". One development that...


August 26, 2013  12:01 PM

Which should concern us more: lack of privacy or lack of resilience?

Philip Virgo Profile: Philip Virgo
Amazon, Apple, awareness, Big Data, Cloud Computing, competition, Compliance, confidence, cyberbullying, Google, IET, Information security, Microsoft, On-line, scareware, trust, UK, WCIT

The rash of stories about state surveillance and


August 5, 2013  9:44 PM

How do we make the UK a globally trusted location for e-commerce?

Philip Virgo Profile: Philip Virgo
BCS, Bedfordshire, competition, confidence, Cranfield, cyberbullying, Fraud, Greenwich, Hacking, IET, kent, Lancashire, London, LSE, niversity, Northumbria, Strathclyde, Surveillance, trust, Universitiy

The current global controversies over cyberbullying (including over Twitter), fraud (where...


August 23, 2008  10:15 AM

Another day, another data loss: Which culture must we change?

Philip Virgo Profile: Philip Virgo
Authentication, Authorisation, confidence, Confidentiality, Data Loss, ethics, Information governance, Outsourcing, Risk analysis, trust

The recent loss of offender data shows how the cultural malaise regarding other people's data pervades the ICT profession, not just government bureaucracies. But the need is to protect people not their data. So which culture is it that we need to...


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