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ICO gets more teeth.

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 […]

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Web lockers under threat

My Lords, you can't please the entertainment industry and sustain privacy Cory Doctorow - guardian.co.uk, Thursday 4 March 2010 16.26 GMT "The reason web lockers are used for piracy is that they support privacy. A call to end web lockers is really a call to eliminate the public's ability to exchange personal information out of sight of […]

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The Data Deluge

A very interesting report in this weeks Economist: Data, data everywhere.You can order the full 14 page report by email at rights@economist.com but here are a few extracts pertaining to our particular focus on Personal Information Management Services (PIMS). "This [data management and analytics] industry is estimated to be worth more than $100 billion and […]

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Extracts from Jan 2010 Information Commissioner’s e-newsletter

Just in case any organisations, big or small – public or private, still think that they can be cavalier about individual's Personal Information, these few extracts may convince you that you need to embrace the 'user-driven' principles of VRM immediately. Monetary penalties of up to £500,000 could be levied on businesses and other organisations that […]

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VRM – Trust Matters

MyCustomer.com publishes the second half of Doc Searls predictions and emerging forms of VRM but I couldn't resist adding a few to his list. As a long term advocate of VRM (or SRM as I used to call it back in the last century) I fully agree with Doc and the ProjectVRM core principle of ‘user-driven’. However we at PAOGA prefer ‘user’ […]

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