Monthly Archives: March 2013

How Obscurity Could Help the Right To Fail

In the past, I have discussed the European Commission’s “Right to be Forgotten” proposal, and the issues with trying to provide a comprehensive right to wipe a record clean. I have argued individuals need a sphere of privacy where they know they can make mistakes, without those errors following them for the rest of their […] Read more >

PCI / Cloud Data Privacy webinar – Wednesday Mar/20 @ 12:25 pm

I am speaking at the SC World eConference this Wednesday (12:25 PM – 01:05 PM) with our customer WestJet on PCI Compliance/ Cloud Data Privacy issues. You can register at the link below. It is free. Plus you earn CPE credits! Attend the session to hear the WestJet use case on how they used Intel solution to get PCI compliant quickly without a long drawn IT engagement.

You can register here: http://tiny.cc/5p15tw

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Intel Launches Reference Design for Media Processors at TV Connect 2013

This week Intel heads to TV Connect 2013 to highlight its solutions for set-top boxes, media servers, and video gateways. Held in London, the event bills itself as ‘the world’s leading event on connected entertainment’ and attracts broadcasters, Telco pay … Read more >

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The Right to Fail in Citizenville

In the spirit of great movie trilogies, I want to bring us back to the plight of Selena Kyle and her need for a “clean slate”.   How does Anne Hathaway’s character in the Dark Knight movies move on from her criminal past and live the life of a productive citizen?  How do we create ability […] Read more >