Tag Archive: privacy

Dec 27 2013

Top 10 articles of 2013

The top 10 most widely read articles published by ICT Pulse in 2013. Of the over 150 articles we published on ICT Pulse during 2013, below are the 10 most widely read of the year: 10.  Jamaica to get new country code: what does that mean? In February of this year, we discussed the additional …

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Dec 18 2013

Are ephemeral services the answer for our internet privacy?

Ephemeral data only lasts a short time after which it is deleted. Nowadays, where data lasts forever, ephemeral data may improve privacy, but is it the solution we have been hoping for? It is the Christmas season and there are some great parties around. At one party, you find yourself a little too into the Christmas …

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Nov 06 2013

Can you trust the cloud?

With more information being released about the extent of the NSA spying, can you really trust the cloud? In Michele Marius’ post last week, 5 takeaways from new allegations that the NSA infiltrated links to Yahoo, Google data centers worldwide, and as more and more information is released about the extent of the United States (US)-based National …

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Nov 01 2013

5 takeaways from new allegations that the NSA infiltrated links to Yahoo, Google data centers worldwide

The word “MUSCULAR” took on new meaning this week. It now also refers to a NSA project in which data was being intercepted in transmission. We outline five initial takeaways based on this new development. Day before yesterday, 30 October, the Washington Post in the United States published an article alleging that the US’ National …

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Sep 27 2013

Is your data protected in the Caribbean?

A discussion of the need for specific data protection laws in the Caribbean; the current status of those laws in the region; and some of the consequence when they are absent. Across the Caribbean, considerable strides have been made to establish the enabling framework for Information Societies and knowledge-based economies.  To date, many countries have …

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