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Aphaia and Symphony Global partner on Singapore Monetizing Big Data in Telecoms World Summit 2015

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November 25, 2014

Monetizing Big Data in Telecoms World Summit, the first event of this kind in the Asia Pacific region will provide an excellent industry networking platform.

Internet of Things addressed by key EU data protection body

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November 9, 2014

Today we can as individuals already communicate with different objects and devices using established online connections. Internet of Things (IoT) takes it a step further and tries to define programmed relations and communication among devices and objects themselves. Such connections, enabled by the use of a number of sensors, can bring many benefits to the society and to the individual, but at the same time raise privacy and data protection concerns.

Latest Aphaia white paper: Data protection and privacy in the world of Big Data, an EU perspective

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October 5, 2014

Don’t miss the latest title in Aphaia’s free white paper library, examining European privacy legislation as it applies to the world of Big Data.

Regulatory case law, December 2014: waste management, green electricity and dominant position in mobile telephony

Categories: Latest EU Regulatory Case Law

January 4, 2015

In the last month of 2014 the European Court of Justice dealt with failures to comply with waste management obligations, privacy concerns stemming from homeowners recording public spaces while protecting their property, abuses of dominant position in telecoms, and exemptions from the obligation of purchasing green electricity.

Monthly Roundup, December 2014: climate talks in Peru and recycling electronics

Categories: Monthly Round Up

December 28, 2014

How Christmassy does chocolate taste for cocoa farmers?

Categories: Article

December 20, 2014

At least in the developed world, Christmas is often associated with chocolaty sweets. However, Aphaia’s recent mini research exercise conducted in association with Direct Cacao, an industry organisation promoting direct cocoa trade, shows that supply chain conditions largely determine how Christmassy your chocolates purchase feels for cocoa farmers. If you care about that, it may be worth checking how the cocoa for your favourite chocolate bar has been sourced.

 

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