• July 17, 2023 17 Jul'23

    Police Scotland use cloud for biometric data despite clear risks

    Police Scotland confirms it has stored significant volumes of biometric data on a cloud-based digital evidence sharing system despite major ongoing data protection concerns, bringing into question the effectiveness of the current regulatory approach...

  • July 13, 2023 13 Jul'23

    MPs launch inquiry into government use of data

    The Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee is to investigate the possibility of reforming the way government collects and analyses data, and whether the UK census could be scrapped

  • July 13, 2023 13 Jul'23

    Nutanix eyes PaaS services with Project Beacon

    Nutanix is extending its reach higher up the software stack with Project Beacon, a multi-year effort to deliver PaaS services across distributed environments

  • July 11, 2023 11 Jul'23

    NUS researchers develop biological camera to store images

    NUS researchers have built a biological camera to store and organise images on live cells, potentially shaking up the data storage industry

  • July 11, 2023 11 Jul'23

    EU formally grants data adequacy to US

    The European Commission has formally granted the US data adequacy, allowing companies and organisations to freely transfer personal data across the Atlantic via the EU-US Data Privacy Framework. But privacy activist Max Schrems has already committed...

  • July 06, 2023 06 Jul'23

    VMware ramps up on sovereign cloud in APAC

    VMware is working with local partners to deliver sovereign cloud services in the region, amid growing sovereignty interests among governments and the need maintain business continuity

  • July 06, 2023 06 Jul'23

    Meta’s Threads hits app stores, but no EU launch in sight

    Meta’s Twitter competitor makes its debut and signs up millions of users in just 12 hours, but concerns over compliance with the EU’s Digital Markets Act have sunk a pan-European launch for now

  • July 05, 2023 05 Jul'23

    UK public increasingly concerned over NHS data sovereignty

    Amid security concerns and AI advances, a majority of the British public still trusts the NHS to store and analyse their health data, but would prefer it remains domiciled in the UK

  • July 05, 2023 05 Jul'23

    Allo Bank taps Tencent Cloud in digital banking

    Indonesia’s largest digital lender is tapping Tencent Cloud’s TDSQL database management system and cloud infrastructure to provide digital banking services for six million customers

  • July 04, 2023 04 Jul'23

    EU judgment sinks Meta’s argument for targeted ads

    The EU Court of Justice has issued a significant judgment against Meta, ruling that national anti-trust bodies can investigate GDPR breaches, disrupting the platform’s entire basis for carrying out targeted advertising

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