Month: February 2018

Behold the pinnacle of slactivism, digital solutionism, and GDPRubbish

Privacy

All weekends, holidays, and shore leave are cancelled until the summer due to GDPR. And I’m loving that. Supporting agencies and software developers to adopt the principles of privacy by design, to audit their data storage and flows, and to improve documentation and transparency is far more enjoyable than it should be. It is the single most transformative process I have seen in twenty-one years of working on the web, and the magic ingredient is […]