Articles with tag: data sovereignty

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Video interview with Julia Janssen on how 'we have been enslaved by data business'

23 Mar 2020 | Payments General

During Data Sharing Days, 2020, The Paypers interviewed Julia Janssen, one of the most influential Dutch artists of her generation and initiator of the 0.0146 seconds project

Data Sharing Days, data privacy, digital identity, data sovereignty, Julia Janssen, big techs, Innopay

Data Sharing Days 2020 – or how I learned that data is more than a four-letter word

04 Feb 2020 | Payments General

What is the connection between number 55, rock music, and Afsprakenstelsel? The Data Sharing Days Conference, held in rainy Hague.

Afsprakenstelsel, payment, logistics, technology, energy, data sovereignty, data privacy, data, INNOPAY, Data Sharing, Mariane ter Veen, iShare

Germany reveals cloud service Gaia-X data to achieve data sovereignty

12 Nov 2019 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Germany has unveiled a cloud service dubbed Gaia-X to allow European companies to avoid storing data with US or Asian rivals such as Amazon or Alibaba.

Gaia-X, cloud, digital identity, data sovereignty, technology, innovation, Germany, SAP, Deutsche Telekom, Deutsche Bank

New perspectives on Facebook Libra: Bitcoin vs. Libra and data sovereignty

30 Aug 2019 | Expert Opinion

The Paypers has been closely following how the Facebook Libra story is unwrapping, and it wasn’t surprising to find out that there are so many different perspectives on the story

PayKademy, Daniel Chatelain, Libra, Facebook, Bitcoin, B2B payments, proof of work, proof of stake, Douwe Lycklama, Innopay, data sovereignty, transactional internet, tokens, governance