Latest Editorial publications

Data governance: ‘safe’ or ‘private’? Pick one.

It’s no surprise, perhaps, that since Switzerland’s reputation as an opaque global banking repository was downgraded due to global pressure about corporate tax evasion, it has sought to transfer its... Read More

A place for the occult in the data centre?

I had not realised quite how parochial component manufacturers can be until I read recently of the work that researchers from Yahoo have been doing, in concert with Carolina’s Duke... Read More

Firefox’s Containers help to fence off your private life

Editorial I’m currently engaged in a couple of support threads on social sites, including Facebook, in an attempt to find out why contacts and information in the work and social... Read More

Is it time for password education to enter the standard curriculum?

Editorial This week Mark Zuckerberg, founder and CEO of Facebook, was no doubt embarrassed at the revelation that he was not only reusing a password across accounts, but that it... Read More

The western myth about the great Asian robotics experiment

Editorial Our recent piece about Foxconn’s replacement of 60,000 workers with robots drew significant attention. One of its commenters asked some questions which I believe reflect general western confusion about... Read More

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