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European Commission tells staff to not use generative AI

European Commission tells staff to not use generative AI

The EC has issued a directive to staffers not to use Generative AI services for "critical" work. This week the European Commission issued a set of internal guidelines for its staff regarding the use of Generative AI tools such as ChatGPT and Bard. The document is known as “Guidelines for s... Read more

date12 months ago
New CCPL initiatives support good-faith security research

New CCPL initiatives support good-faith security research

The Center for Cybersecurity Policy and Law, an Infosec think tank, has announced two new initiatives aimed at creating a more favorable legal, policy and business environment for good-faith security research and vulnerability disclosure. The first initiative is the Hacking Policy Council, a new... Read more

date1 year ago
UK announces code of practice to strengthen app store security

UK announces code of practice to strengthen app store security

The UK's new code of practice incentivizes developers and publishers to implement stronger security measures. A code of practice to boost security safeguards throughout the app sector has been announced by the UK government. The new voluntary policy intends to better shield users from harmful ap... Read more

date1 year ago
IBM Consulting faces backlash after issuing back-to-office policy

IBM Consulting faces backlash after issuing back-to-office policy

IBM Consulting faces staff protests after releasing a back-to-office policy which the company expects to increase the creativity and productivity of its employees collectively. A recent policy issued by IBM Consulting revealed that employees need to be in the office three days a week if they liv... Read more

date2 years ago
Atlassian introduces soft-delete policies against data loss

Atlassian introduces soft-delete policies against data loss

Atlassian introduced soft-delete policies to prevent the accidental deletion of sites during maintenance or service outages. The update follows a recent incident where hundreds of customer sites were accidentally deleted. In April, Atlassian was hit by a major cloud system failure after running ... Read more

date2 years ago
Europe wants to work with new US administration on tech governance

Europe wants to work with new US administration on tech governance

The European Union said that it wants to work with the US on a common approach to govern tech and digital markets. Some of the proposed plans include the standardization of rules for technology applications like AI and ensuring that big tech is more responsible for their platforms. EU lawmakers ... Read more

date3 years ago
Google introduces stripped-down version of Android Enterprise

Google introduces stripped-down version of Android Enterprise

Google has announced a basic version of Android Enterprise for use by small companies. The package includes a number of basic security options to protect smartphones used by businesses. Android Enterprise Essentials consists of a few basic features to secure an Android device from a company poli... Read more

date3 years ago
Google squeezes App publishers for a cut of their sales

Google squeezes App publishers for a cut of their sales

Google is going to enforce their policy for in-app purchases. Many app publishers are circumventing the Google payment solution. The policy states that 30% of app purchases through their Play Store must go to the tech giant. Google's parent company, is cracking down on app publishers who have be... Read more

date4 years ago

Apple does not block bug fixes anymore after guideline discussions

Apple has decided that it will no longer block important bug fixes for already published applications. It changes its app review and feedback process after discussions about the guidelines. Also, developers can now submit suggestions for changing the guidelines. With the change, the tech giant n... Read more

date4 years ago
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