According to The Guardian, Apple has imposed contractual restrictions on developers that prohibit them from sharing health data they may receive through an anticipated range of health-related apps which iOS 8 will usher in through a platform called HealthKit: Its new rules clarify that developers who build apps that tap into HealthKit, of which Nike... Continue Reading →

Your future digital government

I had to apply for unabridged birth certificates for our children the other day so I sat down in front of my laptop, browsed to the Department of Home Affairs' website and logged into the secure Civic Services portal to start the process. I used my new ID card with its embedded personal digital certificate... Continue Reading →

Shifting Facebook privacy challenges

When you think about causes for concern when it comes to privacy online, Facebook frequently comes to mind. The world's largest online social network has roughly 1.32 billion monthly active users with an average of 829 million active daily users in June 2014. It's no wonder that privacy regulators are watching Facebook and other large... Continue Reading →

Workshops for digital teams

We have an exciting addition to our consulting services which we have just launched: workshops for digital teams. We've noticed that competitive pressures have forced teams to expand their knowledge of the risks they face, whether they are developing digital campaigns or exploring the amazing potential offered by our increasingly interconnected and socially engaged landscape.... Continue Reading →

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