From GDPR to Facebook and the Cambridge Analytica scandal, 2018 was a year where personal data privacy was pushed front and centre of the public consciousness and debate as never before. So the big question now is how will events in 2019 take on and develop this? Here are our predictions for the next 12 months: … Continue reading Personal data and privacy predictions for 2019
Today I will be introducing the subject of personal data and looking at an optimistic vision of how we can do more with personal data with privacy, security and consent by giving back control to the individual. If we embrace this change, then we can make the UK the leader of a new personal data … Continue reading Creating an Internet of Me: Julian Ranger’s talk on the opportunity to do more with personal data from the Big Tent Ideas Festival
The Big Tent Ideas Festival, which aims to open up discussion and ask the big questions around social, technological and economic renewal, is back for a second year - and our founder and Executive Chairman Julian Ranger will be speaking. Taking place at the Babraham Research Centre just outside Cambridge on Saturday, September 8, the … Continue reading See digi.me’s Julian Ranger at the Big Tent Ideas Festival on Saturday
We're delighted to announce that digi.me was chosen as the winner of the Life Changer category at the Digital Innovators 2018 competition last night. The award, which is the culmination of the Digital Innovators Power List chosen last year by international law firm Bird&Bird, saw 50 companies whittled down to a final six. Each pitched … Continue reading We’re Digital Innovator WINNERS
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) becomes law across Europe in under a month. Wide-ranging in its scope and making privacy the new norm, the key theme is giving individuals a lot more power over their personal data. These include new and increased rights over what personal data is collected, what it can be used … Continue reading GDPR is nearly here – what are the ten key things you need to know?
Major new legislation coming into place on May 25, 2018 will give individuals much more control over what happens to their personal data - but if you're a business thinking of this as GDP-arghh, you've got it all wrong. Here's why: 1) It's all about trust. The consumer trust that is crucial to the digital … Continue reading 5 reasons not to be scared of GDPR
Intelligent technologies and services designed to anticipate consumer needs are driving growth in a new era of ‘hyper-relevance’, a report by Accenture has found. But companies will be unable to deliver the personalised experiences they crave without deeper customer insight which can only come through the consented sharing of personal data. The thirteenth annual Accenture … Continue reading Accenture report: why consented sharing of personal data is the key to success