Author: James Hayes
Twitter works with charities to use digital media to help find and bring home the UK’s thousands of missing children on International Missing Children’s Day.
Sample of public indicates that 57% of donors will take advantage of their right to have certain types personal data removed, but other information retained.
Charities among first to support DCMS intention to bring unregulated social media under tighter control and make it safer for younger users.
New programme between BitGive and University of Edinburgh will research impact of bitcoin on global crypto-philanthropy trends, and provide guidelines for charity practitioners.
Getaway Girls join with other third-sector organisations in nationwide Centenary Cities Fund-enabled voting rights for women events programme.
Compliance confidence still lags as new data protection and digital safeguard requirements deadline looms large for charitable organisations.
Digital agency launches competition to find compelling tech-for-good idea that will be developed into fully-functioning app – at no charge.
The UK’s biggest online match funding campaign platform will work with online donations payment solutions provider to facilitate future campaigns and growth opportunities.
Docman solution will handle Thames Hospice’s patient documents exchange in electronic format.
Academic institution’s microsite was insufficiently safeguarded against cyber-attackers who stole personal data belonging to 19,500 people, finds ICO probe.