Kelly Fiveash reports in The Register that "Facebook and other social networks [Google] could be used by British citizens to sign into public services online." These two US companies have openly declared their ambition to 'own' all the data and personal information that passes through them – and, unless I am mistaken, that means that it […]
Information Commissioner, Christopher Graham, supported by Lord McNally, Minister of State at the Ministry of Justice are right to recognise the urgency of this issue but 'understanding the law and your rights' alone is not sufficient if unenforceable. According to research by Privacy International and Virtual Identity and Privacy Research Center, Switzerland, the Personal Information of a European […]
Good day at the Business Cloud Summit 2010 yesterday participating on the panel analysing the rights and wrongs of the NHS IT strategy and potential of Cloud Computing given current economic conditions. Barry Evans, John Cruickshank, Graham Sadd and Gary Flood provide 'A Cloudy Health Check' As 'Business' is in the title I was not surprised […]
The Government published a White Paper this week Equity and excellence: Liberating the NHS promising a 'Choice and Information Revolution' for patients. This is a great start to adopting the principles of TRM (Trusted Relationship Management) throughout government, central and local, enabling citizens access and input into their personal information BUT the concerns about privacy […]
Some extracts from Camerons' speech at the Conservative Party Conference: "The state of the nation is not just determined by the Government and by those who run it. It is determined by millions of individual actions – by what each of us do and what we choose not to do." " . . But citizenship […]
The Big Society and Race Online 2012 are worthwhile initiativesreliant upon online relationships which can be trusted. Trusted Relationship Management will contribute to their success. Go to http://www.innovate10.co.uk/video/trusted-relationship to leave comments.
A report last year from the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) appeared at BBC News Almost a third of internet users are not shopping online because they do not trust the system. Personal security was high on the list of concerns."Online retailing is the future for many businesses and increasingly important to the economy," said OFT […]
A letter from Prime Minister David Cameron to Government departments on plans to open up Government data is a really good start to delivering the transparency promised. Implementation will contribute to regaining citizens trust in government.
Just in case you are still sitting on the fence about how to vote today, here is an extract from an article on mycustomer.com which trashes all of the present governments promises about respect for individuals privacy. As patients medical information go online, the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has revealed that the NHS is responsible for […]
Delighted that respect for an individuals' personal information is being taken increasingly seriously. See article in The Register. Let's hope that the ICO have the necessary resources to enforce it. Legal compliance and risk of serious financial penalties (£500,000) is a powerful driver to raise the issue of embracing TRM (Trusted Relationship Management) at board […]