Three Resolutions for Your Business or Startup Information in the New Year

There’s nothing like that refreshed feeling that takes over in January. New month, new year, new hopes and new plans. Gym membership lists prosper from the annual goals of getting more exercise, while retail chains clean up from post-boxing day chaos and order in roses and chocolate for February. In the office world, January means […]

7 Ways the Information Landscape Changed in 2016

How the world of information has changed in 2016 Dear 2016: don’t take it personally, but I’m really, really glad you’re coming to a close. That seems to be the sentiment with many friends and colleagues as we discuss the end of the year. It’s not that 2016 has been all bad, but it’s certainly […]

I See What You Said There: How Killing Privacy Threatens Free Speech

From the outside, privacy and free speech might appear two very different beasts: after all, free speech is the right to communicate to the public about views, faith, opinions and thoughts without fear of government arrest or worse. Privacy, by contrast, is the right to sit back quietly : to worship, read, write, speak with […]

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Privacy in a Post-Brexit World

With the UK leaving, what’s going to happen to Privacy Shield? All ballots are in, and the world has changed: on June 24th, voters in the United Kingdom took part in what has been named Brexit, the referendum on the country’s membership in the European Union. With a total of 51.9% votes to leave, the […]

The Privacy Lover’s Gift Giving Guide

It’s that time of year again: while religious and spiritual beliefs may differ, for many of us December is a time to break out annual gift lists and start shopping for loved ones. So what do you get for that special someone who needs help protecting their privacy, particularly now that tinfoil hats are out? […]