data protection

29January, 2020

German Informatics Society (GI) Condemns Proposed Changes to Security Laws

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The German Informatics Society (GI) has come out against a draft bill which would require all providers of telemedia services (telcos, ISPs and social media platforms) to breach the password security of their users. 

The Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection has published changes to the German Telemedia Act in order to “combat right-wing extremism […]

31May, 2018

GDPR Now in Play

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Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll know that the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) finally came into force on 25th May.

After months and years of discussion and preparation, the new regulations imposes heavy fines for non-compliance by organisations either located in the EU or dealing with EU-based customers.

GDPR replaces the Data Protection […]

30October, 2017

IFIP TC9 Announces Call for Papers for HCC13

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Media Release

IFIP TC9 Announces Call for Papers for HCC13
Submissions Invited to Address Question of “ICT and Climate Change – What Can We Do?”
Monday 30 October 2017 – The International Federation of Information Processing (IFIP) has announced a Call for Papers for its biennial Human Choice and Computers (HCC) Conference, HCC13, to be held in […]