Voice command data and privacy protection, Part II: Apple’s Siri – Suneet Sharma

13 09 2019

Apple recently released a statement on its development of automated assistant Siri’s privacy protections. The result is a move towards doing everything right in safeguarding consumer privacy. When compared to Amazon’s protections for its Alexa service market shifts and best practice become clear, making for better adherence to the seven data protection principles underpinning the GDPR. Read the rest of this entry »





‘Big Tech’ isn’t one big monopoly: it’s 5 companies all in different businesses – Amanda Lotz

1 04 2018

File 20180323 54898 1dnsu0o.png?ixlib=rb 1.1Public concern about Facebook’s power in society – and in politics – has skyrocketed in the wake of revelations that users’ data was analyzed by a U.K.-based marketing firm and used to construct highly targeted political propaganda in advance of the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Read the rest of this entry »





Samsung v Apple: Publication orders – Dan Tench and Jack Gilbert

30 10 2012

An interesting and potentially important corollary to the recent judgment of the Court of Appeal in the case between  Samsung and Apple ([2012] EWCA Civ 1339) was the development of a new form of order requiring the publication by the losing party (in this case Apple) of a summary of the judgment.   Such publication orders, if developed, could have obvious and significant application in defamation and other actions to assist in the vindication of a party. Read the rest of this entry »