Is Browser technology no longer the ‘game changer’?

“The development of browser technology is no longer the ‘game changer’ portal to the world,” says Mark Skilton, Professor of Practice Information Systems & Management – Warwick Business School, UK.

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Mandatory data localisation could hurt India’s GDP growth: Broadband India Forum

The panel felt that having to store vast amounts of data within the country, whether exclusively or as a copy, would have an adverse socio-economic impact on innovation, information and technology access, and trade.

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Companies must be clearer on consumer data usage to prevent further privacy scandals

Bangalore: With new data privacy controversies continuing to emerge on a frequent basis, putting the issue front and center for US and European lawmakers, companies must do more to reassure consumers with clearer explanations about how their data is used, according to GlobalData. Earlier this year, it came to light that Cambridge Analytica used Facebook data without permission to target US and European voters in elections. This resulted in Facebook being fined by the UK regulator. Furthermore, a recent investigation from Dutch news site De Correspondent and Bellingcat has found…

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India Inc envisages GDPR as the next big business opportunity: DSCI- Deloitte study

Mumbai: 71% Indian enterprises say Global Data Privacy Regulation(GDPR) will help bring a sense of privacy in business and innovation in ideas, according to a recent survey conducted by Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu India LLP (DTTILLP or Deloitte India or Deloitte) in alliance with Data Security Council of India (DSCI). The joint study reaffirms, organizations that are GDPR ready will gain a competitive advantage, as they will be able to use personal data in their innovations and digitization, helping provide better delivery to their clients through the following measures: * Provide…

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