In this series of podcasts, we hear from Thomson Reuters experts as they discuss the industry challenges facing our customers and how Thomson Reuters is creating game-changing solutions.
Privacy & Transparency: Cory Doctorow
Novelist, media commentator and technology activist Cory Doctorow shares his insights on how data privacy is forcing the regulatory, commercial and legal landscape to evolve in response.
Privacy & Transparency: Michael Morgan
Thomson Reuters chief privacy officer, Vivienne Artz, sits down with Michael Morgan, a partner with international law firm McDermott Will & Emery, to discuss the far-reaching implications of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and what it means in practical terms now and in the future for businesses across the globe.
Privacy & Transparency: Benedict Evans
Bob Schukai, Thomson Reuters global head of Design, Digital Identity Solutions, chats with Benedict Evans of Andreessen Horowitz, who shares his insights on cryptocurrency, data privacy, the role of ethics in programming artificial intelligence and more.
Privacy & Transparency: David Brin
Bob Schukai, Thomson Reuters global head of Design, Digital Identity Solutions, chats with Dr. David Brin, a Hugo and Nebula Award-winning author, security consultant, and fellow of the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies, about the implications of life in a world of big data. Dr. Brin shares his views on the potential effectiveness of privacy regulations, where technology might lead and what he sees as the most important U.S. civil liberties development in recent memory.
Trust in Motion: Trusted for News
At Reuters, we not only strive to be fast and reliable, but to produce journalism that is fair and fearless too. Hear from some of our Reuters colleagues as they discuss what it takes to deliver trusted information from around the world.
Trust in Motion: Trusted for Identity
Listen in for an informative session as Thomson Reuters experts share what they have learned in the fight against identity theft and what firms need to do to protect themselves and their clients.