Do we want algorithms that we can't understand or question to influence how we get to live our lives? Unfortunately, as Cathy O'Neil, well-known mathematician and the author of the blog mathbabe.org, notes, our lives are already affected by them, as they are actively used in all sorts of places.
Learn how to determine potential online criminal activity, legally gather evidence, search and investigate wireless attacks.
Video: General Data Protection Regulation, Safe Harbor Agreement, Copyright reform and the Google case
After having been ruled invalid by the ECJ, the Safe Habor Agreement is now back in the spotlight as the Commission has finally issued a communication on the Trans-Atlantic data transfers destined to draft a ĎSaferí Harbor Agreement.
Car hacking is a topic that has received considerable attention from security researchers in the last year or so, and the general public and (hopefully) lawmakers are finally beginning to perceive the danger as real.
You might or might not know that some countries - especially some European ones - have (or are working on) strong data protection laws.
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