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Facebook working on augmented reality headset

Intel and Google are just two of the technology giants to have tried and failed to take the concept of smart glasses into the...

The data self | The connected world and mobility: Ethical challenges

OPINION Simon Rogerson, professor emeritus in Computer Ethics at the Centre for Computing & Social Responsibility, De Montfort University, explains why 'the data self'...

UPDATED | Google at 20: Going back to its roots as...

UPDATED 12 SEPTEMBER As Google turns 20 with a new search engine launch, Chris Middleton looks at what it has been up to lately...

UK government publishes NHS A.I. supplier code of conduct

Internet of Business says The UK government has announced a new code of conduct covering the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the NHS and...

GDPR USA: Why tech industry now lobbying against consumer privacy

OPINION Chris Middleton explains why the IT industry's attempts to curry favour with the White House in order to water down data privacy rules...

Zuckerberg at bay: Is Facebook too big to fail? | Analysis

Internet of Business says The question ‘Is Facebook to big to fail?’ is on Wall Street's mind, in the wake of a torrid week for...

California passes landmark data privacy act. GDPR for USA?

The citizens of Silicon Valley have won round one of a battle against Google and Facebook, as California introduces new state data privacy laws,...

California could force USA to adopt GDPR-style laws today

Editor's note: The legislation referred to in this story has now been passed. To read our latest report on California's new data privacy rules,...

Dixons Carphone suffers massive data breach

Electrical retailer and services company Dixons Carphone has admitted to a customer data breach on a huge scale. An ongoing investigation in the company...

Banking: Is blockchain GDPR compliant – yes or no?

A blockchain provider contradicted itself when asked by Internet of Business about its banking solution's GDPR compliance. The company's response reinforces the complexity of...

Smart home surveillance at “staggering” levels – report

Consumers' Association publication Which? has revealed the results of an investigation into the extent to which smart-home products are collecting and passing on user...

Google, KPMG team up for GDPR compliance, customer experience

NEWSBYTE Professional services firm KPMG has teamed up with Google to create new products targeted at improving customer experience and helping with GDPR compliance. As...
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