A major moment for data privacy

Companies recognise that robust privacy protections are necessary; the challenge is getting the regulation right.

Imagine a world where, when you are about to run out of milk, your refrigerator sends you an instant message and then alerts the grocery store to have a carton ready for you. As you drive to the store, your car notifies local governments of icy roads or potholes that need to be filled. And, if you are running late to the next appointment in your calendar, your car re-routes you to save time based on changes in traffic.

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