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In a historic move, the Danish Data Protection Authority, Datatilsynet has recommended its first fine under the GDPR regime for taxi company Taxa4x35 for its failure to adhere to principles of data minimisation and a failure to properly anonymise personal data. Organisations who wish to avoid...

Contemporary terrorist and criminal organizations increasingly exploit the Internet to spread their message and gain support throughout the world, using the Web as a communication tool, in particular for recruitment and propaganda activities, but also for disinformation, raising funds, organisation, planning, and financial transactions. As part...

Recent years have seen some improvement in how we address or speak about mental health. Awareness about mental health issues is growing among businesses as it has become clear that mental health at work is especially important not only for the development, potential and wellbeing...

What are the key challenges in crisis management technology that can be better tackled by adopting an ethical approach? Challenges in using data for crisis response Crises and disasters are increasingly understood to be complex events that require data from across borders and disciplinary understandings to build...

A recent editorial (March 2019) and article (Jan 2019) in the British Medical Journal have focused on how medical mobile apps, currently a booming market, routinely share users’ data. Given the purpose of these mobile applications and the fact that their use is sometimes suggested to patients...

Risk Assessment Methodology Report

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