It might be yours.
A musing on the Piglet's Code and the Online Farms Framework.
One of the many problems I have with the UK government’s determination to build an “age appropriate” internet that will be the “safest place in the world to be online” is that this goal is entirely subjective and inachievable. It attempts to create internet regulation through undefined emotive rhetoric. A tweet conversation this morning has spurred me to pour a cup of tea and share this story about what happens when “age appropriate” is allowed […]
I was honoured to be asked to write this report on the UK Tech Cluster Group’s Recovery Roadmap summit, ably supported by the UKTCG leadership team, showcasing their policy recommendations to support the tech sector’s role in the post-COVID recovery.
Per and James discussed my article on privacy privilege on this week’s UX Podcast.
I spoke with Digital Privacy News about the German antitrust case which ruled that Facebook must allow users to opt-out of data sharing across its platforms.
I updated my Brexit side blog, so I did.