Some 91% won’t buy from those who do not properly protect its data External privacy certifications are important in their buying process Cisco’s 2022 Data Privacy Benchmark Study found that privacy is mission-critical, as 91% of respondents in Asia Pacific consider privacy a business imperative.
Need a minimum common denominator that is universally applicable Important to remember that there are no Rights without Responsibilities [Ed: We ran the wrong visual in a previous version. The error is regretted.]
Flawed understanding of data rights leaves consumers to fend for themselves In software is king word, developers hold great deal of responsibility, and yet… I swear to fulfill, to the best of my ability and judgment, this covenant: [...]
Data only useful when it is overlayed with context Turning blind eye to the right questions because not ready for actual answers If you don't ask the right questions, I can't give you the answers and if you don't know the right question to ask, you're not ready for the answers.
Issue of Digital Rights yet to be clearly defined, says founder of The IO Foundation Technological innovation needed so govt policies can leverage on solutions
Pushing for digital signatures adoption across entire public sector by 2025 Next step: public to embrace digital leadership to take it to the next level
Rescinds ultimatum related to terms of service after public outcry "Data protection laws still playing catch up", common middle ground
Creating more democratic, private world for personal data by ‘hacking economics’ HAT microserver lets you keep your data, sharing with permission via contracts
Originally tracked people-movement for city infrastructure projects Uses anonymised GPS pings to track movement, can also be repurposed for public health
Failure to review the PDPA leaves citizens vulnerable to exploitation Repeated sharing of info with unknown stakeholders felt like an invasion of privacy