It’s official. No longer will you have to misplace your licence, as NSW is set to go digital. But how safe is the rollout?
With the infamous Golden State Killer finally caught, it was mostly thanks to a freely available genealogy library, much the same as your bored aunt uses to fill in the family history.
According to the EU, you can get Google to remove all the questionable things that come up when you Google yourself. There is a caveat, however.
According to one expert, the corporations of tomorrow will be able to track and analyse our feelings through the carbon we emit. Move over, Facebook.
I’ll admit it. I feared the possibilities of AI, until I saw two of them hold a conversation. The only thing we should fear, is the dinner parties ruined in the future.
One MIT study has crunched the data regarding how much Uber drivers actually earn, and the numbers don’t add up. And I should know.
Facebook claims that their much-maligned default facial recognition can be switched off, however, the timing of the announcement is suspicious.
Apparently, the exchange of business cards is a faux-pas in the digital age. As it turns out, not so much.
According to a new law, any businesses that suffer a breach of data security must now disclose it to their customers.
This week, Chinese authorities shut down a criminal enterprise that was programming bots to flirt their way into the wallets of their targets.
A recent study took on the challenge of measuring the trust we have in our partners, and the trust in those same people when it ends.
Back in the day, we all used one password for gaming. Sadly, the landscape has changed, and now we must seek help to protect our identity online.
The problem with growing your business in the information age is staying up to date. ADMA’s Data Day 2018 is an event built on only the most contemporary of expertise.
According to a recent study, not only can Tinder legally keep all your data, they can sell it on. They know all your secrets…
Jordan King Lacroix says forget metadata…as our lives are entirely documented online these days, why don’t we just start submitting ALL of our data to the government?