February 2020 Newsletter from Seiretto Ltd
In this newsletter:
- Registering a new .AC.UK domain name
- Machine learning not so infallible
- This MUST be against GDPR - what are we doing?
Registering a new .AC.UK domain name
If you order a NEW .AC.UK domain for your department this month there is a
massive reduction on the initial registration application charge (normally £140, this month only £40).
For new ac.uk domains an application must be submitted, the initial registration charge covers this part of the application. Once successful payment is then due for the new domain to be registered for 2 years. The registration prices can be found here: http://www.seiretto.com/domains/prices/#acuk
The benefits of a .ac.uk domain are internationally recognised: for education establishments the trust and credibility can not be matched by any other domain extension. Read why you should choose a .ac.uk domain name:http://achost.co.uk/ac-uk-trusted-domains/
To order login: https://seiretto.co.uk/clients/
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Machine learning not so infallible
Recent research has found the algorithms from Deepmind, which are used in many machine learning
systems, can be open to data poisoning
attacks and Trojans. These attacks can be made using tiny changes to the
Interestingly Deepmind have declined to comment!
This MUST be against GDPR - what are we doing?
You must have heard about Clearview by now, but have they considered the implications as far as GDPR? Their practices do not seem legitimate, and where is the morality too. Scraping images from every website from Facebook to Twitter surely has legal implications that go beyond GDPR.
Add to this the fact that machine learning systems are fallible to attacks
and trojans (see above) makes Clearview offerings questionable, but never
mind the FBI and other law enforcement departments are literally buying it.
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