Category Archives: Privacy

GDPR for Vue

Vue is a virtual educational and research institute bringing together all those interested in the use of virtual worlds for teaching, research and outreach related to the University of Edinburgh. The Vue web site is at http://vue.ed.ac.uk. More information on … Continue reading

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Privacy – Examples of Misuse of Private Data

We are in an age of “Big Data”, “Open Data” and the intended and unintended sharing and misuse of such data. This blog post is intended to collect some examples and notes to contribute to the task of informing the … Continue reading

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Web We Want – The Day We Fight Back

I am the Director of AIAI which is part of the University of Edinburgh and grew out of the Artificial Intelligence Department at Edinburgh. In the early 19790 we hosted a DEC-10 mainframe for UK AI research as one of … Continue reading

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TOS for a Typical “Free to Play” Online Mobile Game

You will be aware of the rapidly growing number of “free to play” on-line games, especially targeted at customers using mobile devices. And we frequently see long terms of service popping up on devices when some change in terms occurs, … Continue reading

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