personal data


Data: Whose business is it?

SINGAPORE (Apr 15): A year and a half ago, Tony Fernandes, CEO of the wildly successful low-cost carrier AirAsia, talked about data as “the new oil”, and revealed plans to use data and machine learning to customise the pricing of air tickets and ancil

Data privacy

End of data's 'Golden Age'

The Facebook-Cambridge Analytica scandal that broke a year ago underscored the value and vulnerability of personal data in the internet age. Twelve months and many promises later, the public remains unconvinced about privacy protections amid a wave of dat


More than half of consumers in APAC prioritise security over convenience in app experience

SINGAPORE (Aug 1): More than half (53%) of consumers will prioritise security features over the functionality and convenience of an app, according to a study commissioned by F5 Networks in partnership with YouGov.

Zuckerberg's response doesn't 'cut it', Facebook critics say

(Mar 22): Facebook Inc. CEO Mark Zuckerberg broke his silence on the crisis over political-advertising firm Cambridge Analytica’s access to user data on the social network, outlining concrete steps the company is taking to make sure such a leak doesn’