Inside the Migsolv data centre on the Bowthorpe Industrial Estate in Norwich. Picture: Paul Harrison www.paulharrisonphoto.co.uk In a world where people are becoming ever more cautious about the safety of their data, the data centre could be heading for a golden period. Inside the Migsolv data centre on the Bowthorpe Industrial Estate in Norwich. Picture: Paul Harrison It could create a boon for companies like Future50 member Migsolv – which is seeing a fast rate of growth as more people seek a “physical” solution to data storage. David Manning, who formerly worked in operations at the Norwich-based firm, took over as managing director in 2016 to help the board realise its vision of making Migsolv the leading data centre in the East of England. He estimates the company is currently seeing growth of 40% year-on-year as it explores opportunities in new industries. It has recently taken a foray into the cryptocurrency world – which has resulted in its centre … [Read more...] about Could fears over data safety herald a new era for data centres like Migsolv?
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21:45, 19 April 2018 World Call detail records should be stored for six months. REUTERS The Russian government has approved rules for telecoms operators to store text messages, voice traffic data for 30 days. This is stipulated in a government resolution posted on Russia's official portal of legal information. Read also Putin signs controversial anti-terror package of laws According to it, telecoms operators will have to store all information generated by their subscribers, including text messages, images, videos, and internet voice traffic for 30 days starting from October 1, 2018. Call detail records should be stored for six months. The amount of traffic for storage is expected to annually grow by 15% in the next five years. The approval of the new rules is part of a package of anti-terrorism laws, also known as the [Duma member Irina] Yarovaya package, passed in June 2016. The legislation obliges telecoms and internet providers to store records of all communications for … [Read more...] about Russian telecoms firms obliged to store text messages, voice traffic data for 30 days
MOSCOW, Apr 19 (PRIME) -- The Russian government approved on Thursday rules for connection operators to store user traffic under the data retention law: they will have to fully keep traffic of the previous 30 days from October 1 with a further rise in storage capacities by 15% annually. “To approve the attached rules of storage by connection operators of text messages of users of connection services, voice information, images, sound, video and other messages of users of connection services. The ruling takes effect from July 1, 2018,” the document reads. Signed into law by President Vladimir Putin in July 2016, the law obliges connection operators and Internet companies to retain information on content of talks and correspondence of users, including photo, video and sound files during the period of up to six months. The information stored must be handed over to special services upon their demand. The law was supposed to come into force on July 1, but then its delay was … [Read more...] about Govt: Connection operators must store 30-day user traffic from Oct 1
SUSAN EDMUNDS Last updated 14:57, April 11 2018 PATRICK SEMANSKY/AP Google has lots of information on users, including where they are, where they should be and what they like to watch. You might think you're a fairly private person.But if you have a smartphone - or even a bank account - there is probably more information about you available in the world than you realise.It was revealed on Monday that just under 64,000 New Zealanders' accounts were caught up in Cambridge Analytica's "misuse" of Facebook data.Here are some other businesses that are collecting your information.READ MORE:Cambridge Analytica 'misuse' may affect nearly 64,000 Kiwis, Facebook saysApple co-founder Steve Wozniak sees no fix for Facebook, closes his accountGoogleMassey University senior tutor in marketing Simon Cope said the search engine giant had a lot of ways to tap into information about users.Your YouTube viewing history gives an insight into your interests. Your Chrome browser … [Read more...] about Facebook not the only company using Kiwis’ data