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Networking evening @Fetch_AI

Out this evening with interesting @Fetch_AI disruptors. — cher devey (@datachainrisk) August 28, 2019 This post at caught my attention today which drove me to attend the networking event.

A huge 2019 privacy fine on Facebook

More action from Facebook to watch out for: ‘We have heard that words and apologies are not enough and that we need to show action.‘ #2019PrivacyFine #FTC Agreement Brings Rigorous New #Standards for Protecting Your #Privacy #Facebook Newsroom — cher devey (@datachainrisk) July 30, 2019 Also, note The FTC press release: ‘As part of [...]

PhD – A Triage Playbook: Privacy Harm and Data Incident Response in the UK

On stage #CityGrad. Many thanks to my daughter for the video & the pics. — cher devey (@datachainrisk) July 16, 2019

PhD in Computer Science #CityGrad 16th July 2019

A memorable graduation ceremony #PhD #CityGrad 16th July 2019 — cher devey (@datachainrisk) July 16, 2019

A memorable day #CityGrad 16th July 2019

#PhD in computer science.16th July 2019 #CityGrad — cher devey (@datachainrisk) July 16, 2019

My PhD Thesis

My PhD #Thesis. — cher devey (@datachainrisk) June 18, 2019

Breakfast Workshop – Privacy and Security at 3rd parties

I am looking forward to joining Kevin Duffey @ Cyber Rescue Alliance and his other invitees to discuss ‘Privacy and Security at 3rd parties’ on 12th March at Facebook office in London (1 Rathbone Square, Fitzrovia, London W1T 1FB). — cher devey (@datachainrisk) February 24, 2019

Morrisons loses data leak challenge

The battle on criminal misuse of data… Morrisons to appeal to the Supreme Court This is a great example of Peirce’s semiotics-ternary! Interpretant (Claimants, Morrisons and the Courts) in full action.

Peirce for ‘thinking’ or rationalising …

I define a Sign as anything which is so determined by something else, called its Object, and so determines an effect upon a person, which effect I call its Interpretant, that the latter is thereby mediately determined by the former. — C. S. Peirce (@CSPeirceSpeaks) October 19, 2018

Intriguing way to look at data breaches

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