Category: Politics

A Few Super-Corporations Control And Shape The Fate of the World, New Study Says

An international team of researchers suggests that an elite team of dominant transnational corporations (TNCs) may have an exceptionally large influence over our planet and its inhabitants.

What if the UK just leaves?

By Pawan Naidu After securing an extension earlier this year, the U.K. is now scheduled to leave the EU on Oct. 31. Even though Parliament voted not to leave the union without a deal, Prime […]

A Simple Explanation of Blockchain

Blockchain has been heard a lot in the past couple of years, but what exactly is it? Here is a simple way to understanding blockchain.

The third edition of Data Protection Magazine is free for online readers

By Pawan Naidu The Data Protection World Forum has launched the latest edition of the Data Protection Magazine. The publication is now free for online readers. “Data Protection Magazine brings expert voices together to provide […]

Don’t Worry, the World is Doing Alright

By Pawan Naidu Those of us who are following the news are most likely under the impression that we’re living in one of the worst times in history. Practically everyday you hear about the dangers […]

Data Protection World Forum answers all your data security questions

This has been a landmark year in data security, with regulations such as General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), MiFID ii and the forthcoming ePrivacy regulation all set to change how we think about and deal […]

Six Things Businesses Need to Know About the GDPR

By Teodor Teofilov

The European Union’s (EU) new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is complicated and has vast consequences, affecting any company that collects the personal data of any citizen within the blocs’ borders. It was passed on April 14, 2016, and gave companies two years to prepare for its eventual enactment, which happened on May 25 of this year. Here are the six main things to keep in mind.

Violent crime is like infectious disease – and we know how to stop it spreadin

By Samira Shackle

Headlines scream about “epidemics” of shootings and stabbings – but what if we took that literally? From Chicago to Glasgow, treating violence as a public health problem has produced great results.