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Bring Your Own Devices

Should you be allowed to use your phone or your computer to do work? Should you be forced to just like this? Should you allow the corporation that employ you to delete information from your computer when it sees fit? … Continue reading

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Nice, again

I am back in Nice (France, to make it clear) to chair one of the sessions of this year’s ETSI workshop on Smart Cities. Why? Because the challenge of trustworthy cities is looming upon us, whether we recognise this challenge … Continue reading

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The soft underbelly of finances

I went out of my comfort zone and had “Brussels for Breakfast”. It tasted good. It was, of course, a meting in the City (with sandwiches and pastry, to be honest), organised by CSFI and devoted to intricacies of financial … Continue reading

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March Troopers

Every March brings new Troopers, and this one is no different. This year Troopers 13 are dawning upon us. It of course helps that I will run a workshop there about Trust Governance. I will present Trust-O-Meter and Trust Journey. … Continue reading

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Troopers are coming

Do not be alarmed. We were not invaded. No manoeuvres at your street. Not a parade in town. No conscription. Troopers 13 are dawning upon us. I know that the conference is actually in March, but it is already worth … Continue reading

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