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Consumers willing to dump apps that collect personal data

Consumers willing to dump apps that collect personal data

While distrustful of third parties who capitalise on the use of private data, consumers believe advanced technologies such as AI could help to cure the data privacy problem.

London councillors give their views on digital transformation

London councillors give their views on digital transformation

As part of its drive to build a smarter London, the GLA asked 202 councillors their views on using technology to redesign and rebuild public services, personal data use and sensors

Intel drafts model data legislation

Intel drafts model data legislation

The draft is designed to inform policymakers and spur discussion on the subject of personal data privacy

US citizens worried about online privacy but won’t act

US citizens worried about online privacy but won’t act

The majority continue to engage in actions that put their data at risk even though almost nine in 10 are "slightly" to "very concerned" about privacy

Two-thirds of Americans say they don't want to live in a smart city

Two-thirds of Americans say they don't want to live in a smart city

According to a new survey by Vrge Strategies, 66 per cent of Americans do not favour the prospect

Collaboration provides single sign-on for digital age

Collaboration provides single sign-on for digital age

DigitalTown and lifeID have announced a strategic partnership that gives the former’s members self-sovereign identity