For those not familiar with the ‘Filter Bubble’, the term was coined by Internet activist Eli Pariser around 2010 and refers to a state of intellectual isolation resulting from personalisation applied to the delivery of web content. The suggestion is that users become...
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) will kick in on 1st January 2020
Ahead of this year’s Startup Summit in Edinburgh, Gordon Povey, founder and CEO of Trisent Ltd is interviewed by PR Agency – Represent.
2018 – Billions of digital devices and apps worldwide – what happens to all of the personal data generated?
Is the internet really broken? Are the days of direct on-line advertising numbered? Could there be a better way to pay for internet services? Are data marketplaces the answer?
Late last year Trisent considered the option of an Initial Coin Offering (ICO) or Token Sale, but having considered this at length we decided not to proceed.
Bill Buchanan talks about GDPR, the internet, personal data, trust, cyptography, blockchain and Trisent.
THE recent allegations that Cambridge Analytica harvested Facebook users’ information has made people more aware of the power and misuse of data. This is something Gordon Povey has been concerned about for years. His business, Trisent, aims to make data useful to the individual by putting it in one place and encrypting it.
Following her popular blog post Blockchain for Beginners. We gave Joanne, the Trisent Office Manager (a non-techy) the challenge to explain the blockchain in a video lasting no longer than two minutes, and we think she has done a great job.
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