Following revelations in the US, companies in Germany are asking themselves who has potential access to their communications. Special software can help.
We hear the words data breach, and we gasp in horror. Then we go on as before. There are so many leaks, it's hard to care. Is there any use protecting personal data? Perhaps the post-privacy movement had a point.
The latest Yahoo revelations once again raise the question: Who reads all our digital communication?
The UK capital London has transformed its public transport network into one that actually works. It's long used ticketing data to improve services. Now WiFi and Bluetooth could help with overcrowding.
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