Category Archives: Community

Organisation/Bodies

A post from another privacy site: How to Tell You Have Been Hacked

For those who want to read a bit about ‘hacking’ especially about signs that you have been hacked, do welcome to check out this ‘How to Tell You Have Been Hacked‘ by Bill Hess. Enjoy!

social data – Facebook

A well-crafted post by Mark Zuckerberg:

My techlaw talk – EU Data Protection Regulation

Welcome to join me on the 30th September 2013 at the BCS Office, London. Admission Free – Limited Places available To attend please register via this BCS link: Details of the event: BCS – The Chartered Institute for IT Joint Event BCS LAW SG and IRMA Monday 30 September 2013 18:00 for event start 18:30 [...]

social academia

Where has time gone? This blogspace has been quiet and probably soon to be dismantled. Only time will tell… Well, I’ve just joined the social academia space at academia.edu. Welcome to join in and follow up and follow side way too. Follow me on Academia.edu

open source ediscovery

Last summer I posted this – collaboration coming from open source . Looks like there is now a forum setup to spearhead the open source (code engine) for ediscovery. The FreeEed.org invites folks to join in the movement. I guess even law firms (not sure about lawyers themselves) are welcome, as noted that DLA Piper [...]

to do with technology or not?

Is everything I do, to do with technology? When I am asleep, I guess I have nothing to do with technology unless I am in a technological related dream. This will probably be the end of my spirited being. Here is an interesting question (or a dream question?) raised by someone at the Sociotechnology and [...]

interoperability agreements

Blogging from the UK and using a neat Toshiba Notebook – just for my personal record. Interoperability agreements with competitors in European Clearing, a new chapter in the security industry and a host of interesting developments in the making.

An early alert – come and join the dialogue

The British Computer Society Information Risk Management & Assurance Specialist Group Have you heard of Electronic Discovery/Disclosure? Tuesday 8th November 2011 18:00 Registration & buffet 18:30 Presentation 19:30 Networking Session Venue: The British Computer Society First Floor, The Davidson Building, 5 Southampton Street, London, WC2E 7HA Speaker:  Cher Devey Event Details Have you heard of [...]

More Collaboration coming from Open Source

Couple of interesting remarks/statements from this article, Open Source Could Change the Future of E-Discovery; Even for customers who can afford commercial e-discovery, “There is no tool that fits what lawyers want. The only one you like is the one you’ve never seen and don’t use, because they are just all bad.” ..one of the [...]

Why are Google, Bing and Yahoo! collaborating? Aren’t you competitors?

Interesting development in the web space which most likely will attract other willing collaborators (or competitors) to join in. This development is also interesting for the ediscovery space as we now have ‘microdata’ . For my own record – schema.org