Identity, Privacy and Trust

April 2008

  • The battle for the Internet

    Toby Stevens - Enterprise Privacy Group 18 Apr 2008
  • I'm going to draw a line under my Phorm commentary. They've opened up their plans to a privacy expert, held a public meeting, and hired a Chief Privacy Officer. This article outlines my feelings on ...

  • Laptop privacy on the train

    Toby Stevens - Enterprise Privacy Group 18 Apr 2008
  • As one of the unfortunate millions who has to commute, I use my laptop on the train, and sometimes don't want the person next to me looking at what's on the screen. To date, I've used an excellent ...

  • The Telegraph's Matt on Surveillance

    Toby Stevens - Enterprise Privacy Group 15 Apr 2008
  • A fantastic surveillance cartoon by Matt.

  • Phorm public meeting

    Toby Stevens - Enterprise Privacy Group 15 Apr 2008
  • Controversial online advertising service Phorm is holding an open meeting with its supporters and critics this evening.

  • Listen in, Directors: privacy matters

    Toby Stevens - Enterprise Privacy Group 14 Apr 2008
  • Not so long before, senior civil servants would have been able to shrug off such an incident and blame it on the system / a junior clerk / external suppliers / flawed systems inherited from the ...

  • Enigma, Ultra and Bletchley Park

    Toby Stevens - Enterprise Privacy Group 13 Apr 2008
  • Anyone with an interest in the history of cryptography and codebreaking will want to listen to l ast week's edition of The Reunion on BBC Radio 4 , in which a team of Bletchley Park employees ...

  • Phish fingers

    Toby Stevens - Enterprise Privacy Group 10 Apr 2008
  • What's rather fun about this is they have no way to prove the dabs they get are legitimate, and nobody else can disprove them - not unless the individuals concerned publish their prints for ...

  • Phorm opens itself to independent scrutiny

    Toby Stevens - Enterprise Privacy Group 09 Apr 2008
  • Richard also makes the wise point that there is a big difference between complying with the Data Protection Act and respecting privacy: the DPA provides a framework for managing personal ...

  • The Seven Deadly Sins of the Internet

    Toby Stevens - Enterprise Privacy Group 08 Apr 2008
  • This really does not bode well for Phorm's chances of shaking off accusations that it is a privacy-invasive service, and one would hope that the responsible individual there is now re-evaluating ...

  • The stocks are too good for them

    Toby Stevens - Enterprise Privacy Group 08 Apr 2008
  • Apparently the normal network connection was unavailable, so a password-protected CD was burned and bunged in normal Royal Mail post.. '...typically, a person condemned to the stocks was subjected ...

  • The end of biometric security at airports?

    Toby Stevens - Enterprise Privacy Group 07 Apr 2008
  • If they were integrated into the e-Borders programme then this would make sense, but it seems a little odd that they're demanding them as independent controls, unless the plan would be an ...

  • Revelations about ID cards

    Toby Stevens - Enterprise Privacy Group 01 Apr 2008
  • The pranksters have been at play again - apparently there are plans to scrap ID cards in favour of subcutaneous chips at birth . Meanwhile a secretive Whitehall memorandum describes the ...

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