elevenM’s Tom Kench unpacks Meta’s proposal to introduce a subscription model to address privacy regulation in the EU and asks ‘can Meta require users to pay for their right to privacy?’
News round-up July 2020 — European court decision on international data transfers, software vulnerabilities, and more
This month saw some big plays in the world of privacy – most notably the striking down by a European Court of a mechanism for international data transfers. We look at the implications for Australia organisations coming out of the judgement. This month we’re also reminded of the inherent vulnerability of software via stories about backdoors in Chinese tax software, a flood of critical patches released for popular enterprise software products and, of course, more yarns about ransomware.
A year ago today, Australian businesses became subject to a mandatory data breach reporting scheme. Angst and anticipation came with its introduction – angst for the disruption it might have
“When you’re building a digital identity system for a billion people, you’re sure to have to answer some questions. For example, “Is this even legal?”. The Supreme Court of India has ruled that India’s ‘Aadhaar’ digital ID is constitutionally valid… more or less. We talk about what this ruling means for India, and what Australia can learn from it”.