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Looking into our online lives with The Glass Room

The Glass Room Mozilla Tactical Technology Collective

What is personal data in an age where data is everything but personal?

That’s the question posed by The Glass Room, a pop-up interactive exhibition of artists, activists and technologists on London’s Charing Cross Road that runs until Sunday.

Put on by Berlin-based non-profit Tactical Tech and Mozilla, the non-for-profit behind the Firefox web browser, it aims to reveal some of the all-too-easily overlooked dynamics of living in a digital age. Read the rest of this entry »


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Data control

PME_June_2013Whether it’s big, smart or just right, data and how pharma could make better use of it was just one of the interesting topics at last month’s Velocity event and the subject of my PME column for the June issue of PME.

The issue also includes an interview with new NICE chair David Haslam, thoughts on the future of HTA harmonisation in Europe and a look at building more customer-focused pharma brands [read it here].

Also available to read online are June’s two supplements: Pharma & BRIC and Digital Health: Building Social Confidence in Pharma.

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