UK Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson urges journalists and people with IT and cyber skills to join the Reserve Forces to fight against ‘disinformation’ propagated by Russia. As Bill Mew explains, they are needed for information and cyber warfare.
Facebook is turning on facial recognition in Europe after promising regulators it would drop the technology six years ago, using the new European data protection regulations as an opportunity to collect more information if users opt in to the service.
Bill Mew explains why there needs to be a delicate balance struck between the right to be forgotten, especially in regard to spent criminal convictions where a policy of rehabilitation is usually applied, against the right for people to know
Bill Mew explains why the UK needs to comply with GDPR even if it leaves the EU following Brexit. Following TechUK’s calls for Dr Liam Fox and the UK government to listen to the experts rather than the ideologues, Bill
In the second episode of Point of Privacy on disruptive live – Bill Mew interviews legal experts Frank Jennings (@TheCloud Lawyer) and Eduardo Ustaran (@EUstaran)
Bill Mew joins James Curran (@jcurran89 ) and Justin King (@linuxdaddy ) on a panel to discuss government use of Redhat’s OpenShift, during the 2018 London OpenShift Commons event.
Bill Mew is interviewed live on RT UK News following ‘Snoopers Charter’ ruling. Bill talks about privacy and surveillance and the need to get the balance right as well as a better alignment with the EU and GDPR.
In conversation with Dave Terrar and Jez Back (both like Bill judges for the 2018 UK Cloud Awards from the Cloud Industry Federation) Bill explains how UKCloud is bringing its multi-cloud expertise to bear for the UK Public Sector –
Can you keep a secret? Bill Mew presents the first episode of DisruptiveLIVE’s new Point of Privacy series. In this opening episode he interviews Max Schrems, the privacy activist known for reducing the Safe Harbor data-sharing deal to tatters. Max
European Union privacy regulators criticized WhatsApp in October for not resolving the concerns, a year after they first issued a warning. EU regulators had expressed concerns over the messaging service’s sharing of user data with parent company Facebook. Bill Mew explains the privacy issues to