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  1. The Facebook logo and emoticons are seen on a coffee mug at the reception of its new office in Mumb

    Global tech firms gear up to fight India's planned data law

    Global tech companies plan to oppose new legislation in India that would require Facebook, PayPal and others to store user data in the country, ...
  2. Illustration pic of shopper looking at Taobao on iPad

    Commentary: 50% off? What you unwittingly give up for a few freebies

    One observer discusses the responsible use of data, shares why it's not worth the risk to share your information online in exchange for ...
  3. office busy working

    Commentary: Tricky human resource questions best dealt with facts instead of feelings

    Human Resource practitioners should use data to seek buy-in from company leaders and employees alike, says one observer from the National Council ...
  4. S Iswaran

    Commentary: The SingHealth breach and the uphill task of governing cyberspace

    Anonymity, long-distance penetration and the quality of stealth suggest a very different international order is at play in cyberspace, says one ...
  5. CSA's Ng Hoo Ming at RSA Conference

    CSA deputy chief exec on data governance: ‘Leaving industry to self-regulate doesn’t work’

    Mr Ng Hoo Ming says the onus is on governments and private sector organisations to work together to foster trust on the Internet.
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    Commentary: Many may be forgotten if data drives public policy

    A smart thing to do is to acknowledge that data by itself is not inherently smart and won’t automatically lead to the best solutions to social or ...
  7. data harder to protect

    Commentary: We don't care about our data because we can't see or touch it

    We often care less when our data are used, sold or stolen without our permission because they are intangible and difficult to own, say two experts.
  8. FILE PHOTO: Commuters walk past a Grab transport booking service app advertisement at a train stati

    Toyota captures data goldmine in US$1 billion Grab bet

    Toyota Motor stands to gain a passenger-side view of tens of thousands of cars across Southeast Asia, tracking how fast they drive, how far they ...
  9. FILE PHOTO: The Huawei logo is seen during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona

    Chinese phone maker Huawei denies collecting Facebook user data