Posted by: Clarinette | May 18, 2017

Likedin Pulse Publications

DSC04593I have been more publishing under my Linkedin profile. Here are my publications:

A major case in Privacy v Security debate. FBI claims, based on an Judiciary Act of 1789 – ironically the year of the French Revolution- to have the right to force Apple to write a software brute forcing the Apple encryption on iPhones. The FBI required the assistance of a judge which has issued the order to give ‘reasonable assistance‘. They have carefully chosen a case involving the San Bernardino terrorist attack to request this software from Apple.

What was expected happened: An Irish privacy group, Digital Rights Irland, launched legal challenge against the Eu-US Privacy Shield agreement. The EU General Court will have to review the adequacy of the privacy protections of the agreement. Why is it important, especially from Ireland? Because many mega online US companies are based in Ireland.

As a result of privatization,  Concentrix, a private company, is acting on behalf of the HMRC to reduce the amount of tax credit paid. Under the vague suspicion of someone living with the single parent, every sometime, Concentrix send out letter, requesting a massive amount of documents : 12 months of ALL bank statements, 12 months of utility bills: gas, electricity, phone and water, 12 months of council tax, 12 month of mortgage statement or rental agreement, divorce decree. This seems to be an ongoing harassment of single parents. We can imagine the cost of print, photocopy and postage of all these documents for vulnerable single parents. Many have expressed their pain on various online forums. 

The scandal brought up by  the International Consortium of Investigative Journalism,   from over 100 media outlets in almost 80 countries around the world, revealed 11.5 million records detailed the offshore holdings of a dozen current and former world leaders, as well as businessmen, criminals, celebrities and sports stars. 2.6 terabytes of data in 11.5 million documents tracking billions of dollars over almost 40 years. The files include information on 140 politicians from 50 countries including heads of state in Saudi Arabia, Argentina, Qatar, the UAE, Ukraine, and Iraq.

 

In its landmark decision Google Spain SL, Google Inc. v Agencia Española de Protección de Datos, Mario Costeja González of 13th May 2014, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) holds that:

1 – A search engine processes personal data;

2 – The search engine is a controller because it determines the purposes and means of the processing;

3 – When the processing is carried out by a corporation located in the EU, the directive applies;

Data curation, accuracy and efficiency for better privacy.

Woman Leaves Bad Online Review, The Owner Finds Out And Responds” or how o take advantage of an online negative review

A court ruled in favor of a dentist claiming copyright protection on her patients’ reviews. In this case, surprisingly enough the dentist, prior to any treatment, had asked clients to sign a confidentiality agreement to benefit from a copyright over any comments made about her or her practice. The case is Lee v. Makhenevich, 1:11-cv-08665 (SDNY).

Played with Periscope and not terribly convinced it’s for everyone. Periscope is a ‘perishable’ live recording to share on its own platform or on other social media. Twitter spent $86 million to acquire Periscope. It has been rapidly expanding this year. If you are not familiar with the live-streaming app, here is a what Rhiannon William says to catch up: “Periscope is Twitter’s new live-streaming video app, not to be confused with the recently launched Meerkat, also a live-streaming app. It allows you to watch and broadcast live video from all across the globe, meaning you could switch from watching a peaceful wander across the beaches of Cornwall to a protest in Egypt.

A case of an online suicide – in French

Amy Murray, director of early childhood education at the Calgary French & International School in Canada, blogger at Miss Night’s Marbles. An exceptionally compassionate human being.  If there was more empathy at school, if school could teach our kids to share, listen and understand each other, if they could be thought that together we go much further than against each other, we would have a much better society. The bullying of playground is the cancer of our society. Kids carry on their school experiences all along their lives. A good start and a harmonious childhood is the only way of building a better society.

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