The French government created a digital version of the attestation that is needed to leave your home for any reason during the confinement. Instead of having to print out a new one - or write the whole thing out by hand if you don’t have a printer - now you can plug your information into … Continue reading The Coronavirus Containment Dispatches: Day 25
For people who think that the government already has too much power, it's tempting to hold iPhones outside of current law as a safeguard against the slippery slope of building backdoors into all of our digital platforms and services.
Privacy and cutting cookies, building customized experiences, owning first part customer data, collaborations and conscientiousness top this year's list of the biggest challenges for brands. This is a big one, so grab a cup of tea and sit back!
Between the voluntary information that we give companies in order to use their services, and the involuntary information that is gleaned about us while we use other services, nearly all of our information is available online.
Facebook is in trouble. The scandals are taking their toll and users are fleeing. Their recently announced plan to merge their apps into an encrypted messaging platform seems nice on the surface, but dig a little deeper and you will see a hidden plan to avoid the coming storm.