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If the Cambridge Analytica data mining scandal has hammered home one thing, it is that data is the fuel keeping our increasingly digitized economies running. Whistle-blower Christopher Wylie, who testified last Tuesday to the House of Commons’ select committee on the matter, said as much when he compared data to electricity in our modern societies.… » read more

Posted by Meredith Smith

The US might be a world leader in innovation, but its regulators have been slow to adapt to rapid changes in the digital economy – leaving the EU to draft effective privacy rules in their stead. The Equifax data breach is only the most recent example of why American authorities need to catch up, and… » read more

Posted by Meredith Smith