India’s new rules for data privacy may be more like China’s than Europe’s

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After five years of negotiations involving the government, tech companies and civil society activists, the world’s largest democracy is sending its debate on privacy back to the drawing board. The Indian government has junked the personal data protection bill, and decided to replace it with “a comprehensive legal framework.” If the current … Read more

Amazon CTO Werner Vogels on AWS Lambda serverless adoption

Amazon CTO Werner Vogels on AWS Lambda serverless adoption

Hello and welcome to Protocol Enterprise! Today: why Werner Vogels thinks enterprises were quick to embrace AWS Lambda serverless computing, Twilio claims it wasn’t the only company hit by a new hacking campaign and the latest in enterprise tech funding. So long, servers Amazon chief technology officer Werner Vogels learned in 2014 not to count … Read more

2 Reasons This Crash in Tech Stocks Is Not the Dot-Com Bubble 2.0 | Smart Change: Personal Finance

2 Reasons This Crash in Tech Stocks Is Not the Dot-Com Bubble 2.0 |  Smart Change: Personal Finance

(Mark Blank) Many are calling this recent implosion of technology stocks the second coming of the dot-com crash of the early 2000s. And to be honest, there are legitimate reasons for the comparison. Margin levels skyrocketed last year in a very similar fashion to what we saw in 1999, and recently, small-cap technology stocks have … Read more

Your Amazon’s Ring Cameras Might Be Collecting Personal Information | Here’s What it Knows About You

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Security cameras are almost everywhere since crimes are rampant in some places. You can see them anywhere: in your neighborhood, local coffee shop, bookstore, and other locations. One of the most popular security cameras comes from Amazon. The Ring doorbell can be used for protection. If you feel someone might harm you, this surveillance is … Read more

Eye on private firms, govt may define ‘ownership’ of non-personal data

THE GOVERNMENT could look at clearly defining “ownership” of non-personal data held by big-tech platforms, such as Google, Meta and Amazon, if they refuse to share such data with a regulator as proposed in the draft National Data Governance Framework, The Indian Express has learnt. The draft framework, announced by the Ministry of Electronics and … Read more