The CEO of Facebook Mark Zuckerberg made his new year’s resolution pretty public. In January, he told the world his personal priority was: fixing Facebook. In March, as outrage about Facebook’s failure to protect users’ data metastasised phenomenally, the firm’s share price plummeted a whopping $45bn – in just one week. That’s roughly five times
In this sense government could become an energetic user of Blockchain, like the many other links in the chains and the system. The CSIRO has also proposed the idea of specialised identity ledgers as a practical approach to managing identity, and associated regulatory compliance, and for facilitating interoperability between distributed ledgers. The government uses a
E&OE TRANSCRIPT TELEVISION INTERVIEW SKY NEWS, AM AGENDA WEDNESDAY, 7 MARCH 2018 SUBJECT/S: Adani, Gig economy KIERAN GILBERT: Let’s go to Ed Husic now, the Shadow Minister for Employment Services. On the broader issue of certainty as Jackson touched on there, and I guess the frustration among some of your colleagues Mr Husic is that
E&OE TRANSCRIPT TELEVISION INTERVIEW SKY NEWS, AM AGENDA WEDNESDAY, 21 FEBRUARY 2018 SUBJECT/S: Future of Work, digital economy. TOM O’CONNELL: Joining me live now is another Labor frontbencher, Ed Husic. Thanks for your time today, Ed Husic. I know you’ve got a few different hats within your portfolio but one of them the Future of