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.

Also, note The FTC press release:
‘As part of Facebook’s order-mandated privacy program, which covers WhatsApp and Instagram, Facebook must conduct a privacy review of every new or modified product, service, or practice before it is implemented, and document its decisions about user privacy. The designated compliance officers must generate a quarterly privacy review report, which they must share with the CEO and the independent assessor, as well as with the FTC upon request by the agency. The order also requires Facebook to document incidents when data of 500 or more users has been compromised and its efforts to address such an incident, and deliver this documentation to the Commission and the assessor within 30 days of the company’s discovery of the incident.’

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

PhD in Computer Science #CityGrad 16th July 2019

A memorable day #CityGrad 16th July 2019

My PhD Thesis

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).

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 …

Intriguing way to look at data breaches

haveibeenpwned and troyhunt.com

Electronic Discovery/Disclosure: From Litigation to International Commercial Arbitration

Good to know that my paper dated 2008 has been cited in:

Revised UNCITRAL Arbitration rules Seen through the Prism of Electronic Disclosure, The [article]
Journal of International Arbitration, Vol. 28, Issue 1 (February 2011), pp. 51-66
Kozlowska, Daria
28 J. Int’l Arb. 51 (2011)

My contribution:
An early conference in the form of a case management meeting has been pointed out by numerous commentators as being a tool for a more efficient management of arbitral proceedings in cases involving electronic evidence.

Many thanks to Daria Kozlowska.