New guidance on data transfers under the #GDPR in the event of a no-deal #Brexit . Adopted on 12 February 2019 by @EU_EDPB - https://t.co/hpBOhlWI2N - https://t.co/SdHLh04dV7 @PrivacyPros
14 Feb 2019
In the IAPP news letter this week (@PrivacyPros ) Paul Jordan (Managing Director IAPP Europe) has a great line to consider about IoT & content moderation: "Is it a fair statement to say that those who write the code will increasingly write the rules by which we live our lives?"
08 Feb 2019
Malicious / hacked RDP servers can use the RDP copy buffer to download malicious code to client computers. #Checkpoint Remote Desktop Protocol Attack Demo | Windows RDP https://t.co/gwXZYCykwL https://t.co/ofgLSRO6xS
05 Feb 2019
Dutch Data Processing Authority "Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens" published, it has investigated 30 Dutch private organizations (Controllers in the energy sector, media and trade) about their Data Processing Agreements with Processors #GDPR (Dutch article) https://t.co/1svbLBMHdg
05 Feb 2019
Quick link to the Privacy Shield participants list #AdequateCountries #GDPR #PrivacyShield : https://t.co/ggNt6uj2xJ
04 Feb 2019
Purpose of the website of Johan van Soest
This web site has since the purpose of:
Communication with site visitors that share the same hobbies or have the same profession.
Show what is possible with the Internet technology in several browsers with the same content. Special attention is for:
When surfing with a text oriented browser (Lynx) I noticed early on that a lot of commercial sites, including banks, do not seem to care about visual hindered people that can only access their sites in character mode with speech synthesizers. I always thought of the World Wide Web as an information highway for all. Nowadays I'm glad that there are rules on how to make a site accessible trough often very simple and small changes.
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The previous version of this site was written with the dynamic HTML (dHTML) Document Object Model (DOM) of Microsoft. Another version of the site was designed for the Mozilla family. Thanks to server side scripting (ASP.Net) a single site is now presented with the W3C DOM model.
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