Author Archives: John Carr
Well done Tumblr for deciding to ban porn from its site. There can be no justification for a platform that specifies 13 as its entry age also publishing content expressly designed for adults. Twitter next?
I have just released the text of a letter I wrote on Friday to the President of the European Union, Mr Juncker, to Vice President Ansip, Commissioner Gabriel, the Austrian Presidency and Signor Buttarelli, the European Data Protection Supervisor. The … Continue reading
The Australian e-Safety Commissoner, Julie Inman Grant, was in London yesterday for a press conference to mark the publication of a report by the Technical Working Group of the Child Dignity Alliance. The report addressed the proliferation of online child sexual … Continue reading
Hot news: on Thursday evening in Brussels officials working on the draft ePrivacy Regulation agreed they were at an impasse. They cannot reach a consensus on the text so the matter has been referred “upstairs” to see if the outstanding … Continue reading
Most people with an interest in the field will now know the Article 29 Working Party no longer exists. It has been replaced by the European Data Protection Supervisory Board (EDPB). The EDPB is an independent body made up of … Continue reading