Pulcinella revisited: rethinking privacy and security through “commedia dell’arte”

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What if everyone knew everything about everybody, but nobody talked about it (at least not in public)? Malcolm Crompton says the "commedia dell'arte" could have been onto something regarding privacy and security.

Life in the digital world – what do you think are the future challenges?

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What are the future challenges of living in a digital world? Malcolm Crompton wants to hear your thoughts and concerns for an upcoming forum on this topic.

Good privacy is good business

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Privacy should not be underestimated or taken for granted. Following the Privacy @ Play Summit last month, Malcolm Crompton explains why good privacy is good business.

Standards: paving the way to a better cloud computing future

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Concerns over privacy and security risks in cloud computing are still widespread. Malcolm Crompton says a new code of practice for cloud service providers handling personal information could be a game changer.

There's more to the national security debate than 'more powers please'

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National security remains high on the government's agenda. Malcolm Crompton says it is time to have a complete debate over the issue and think it through in order to avoid waking up in the Surveillance Society.

BOTPA - 'Because Of The Privacy Act' - rears its thoughtless head again

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The rate of growth in privacy laws around the world is accelerating. Malcolm Crompton says that privacy legislation itself isn’t the problem, but rather the response to it by business.