Professor Mark Skilton of Warwick Business School comments on the issues raised by reports that Amazon head Jeff Bezos may have had his phone hacked by a fake video message.
Twitter ‘insider attack’ highlights need to protect users’ private information - comment from Professor Mark Skilton
As two former Twitter employees face allegations of spying for Saudi Arabia, Professor Mark Skilton from Warwick Business School argues that the greater use of social media platforms by governments for political purposes highlights the need for stronger legislation to protect users’ private information.
Professor Mark Skilton from Warwick Business School comments on live streaming from German synagogue attack
Following reports that the tragic shooting that took place at a synagogue in Halle, Germany was live streamed online, Professor Mark Skilton from Warwick Business School has commented on managing the challenge of balancing privacy and security concerns with the online providers that provide these services.
Professor Mark Skilton from Warwick Business School comments on tech companies' reaction to French digital tax proposal
Digital tech companies have criticised France's proposed digital tax, which would levy a three percent tax on total annual revenues of those companies, as discriminatory. Professor Mark Skilton from Warwick Business School argues that a strategy is needed to deal with the monopoly that these organisations have in the global market.
Legal expert Dr Kathryn McMahon comments on reports that US authorities intend to begin antitrust investigations into Google, Amazon, Facebook and Apple