GDPR and the Challenges of Digital Memory

by Kiran Wattamwar Have you noticed the wave of privacy policy updates flooding your inbox from nearly any website you’ve interacted with? Whether it’s Facebook, YouTube, or Twitter, social media platforms and other web-based services are updating their policies to meet the new requirements established by the General Data Protection Directive (GDPR), aimed to strengthen consumer privacy on the Internet. The GDPR follows the 1995 … Continue reading GDPR and the Challenges of Digital Memory

Smart Cities: Can tech improve our towns?

by Krissy Lyon  Think about your daily commute. How many times have you hit every green light while driving or stepped out your front door just in time to catch your bus? If you’re like me, then your answer is probably never. But what if you could catch the bus right on time every day? Hundreds of Silicon Valley companies already collect and analyze data … Continue reading Smart Cities: Can tech improve our towns?