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Brexit - systems still hang in the balance for EU-UK border success This article is sponsored by:

MPs on the influential Public Accounts Committee point to a number of systems, across multiple organizations, that still require a great deal of work to ensure the smooth flow of goods and people.

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Brexit Freedoms Bill - Britain continues to look in rear-view mirror This article is sponsored by:

Debating Brexit is futile now that the exit from the EU has happened. But if the UK wants to be at the ‘leading edge of science and technology’ it needs to put forward some actual ideas on how to make that happen.

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And data shall flow! EU and UK step towards post-Brexit data adequacy accord (albeit lacking entente cordiale) This article is sponsored by:

The much-needed and peculiarly delayed adequacy decision from the European Commission regarding free data flows to Brexit Britain finally seems to be reaching a positive conclusion.

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Enterprises in limbo as the Brexit 'Christmas Miracle' leaves data adequacy up in the air This article is sponsored by:

A Brexit deal was struck before 2020 ended, but it lacks a resolution to the long term free movement of data between the UK and the EU. The data adequacy dilemma needs urgent attention before the clock runs down...

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GDPR - Europe's data protection success or another blocker to a post-Brexit data adequacy deal? This article is sponsored by:

GDPR Is a European data protection success story, yes? Well, yes...but it could also be a complicating factor in trying to secure a post-Brexit data adequacy deal between the UK and the EU.

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The high price of Brexit - the £1.6 billion cost of the UK not securing a data adequacy deal with the EU (and it impacts US firms as well) This article is sponsored by:

The UK and the EU have yet to reach an adequacy agreement that will keep data flowing to and from one another - and that's something that ought to concern US firms based in Brexit Britain.

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Does Brexit Britain have a data strategy fit for purpose? - the private sector perspective This article is sponsored by:

Data sharing is a crucial ingredient of the digital economy and one that post-Brexit Britain is going to have to get on top of to compete with its US and EU peers.

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Post-Brexit data protection policy could be national "self-harm", warns Microsoft This article is sponsored by:

As the UK government today lays out its demands for what a post-Brexit relationship with Europe looks like, will data adequacy get the focus it deserves? As a Westminster e-Forum audience heard this week, there will be dire consequences if not.

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UK faces 'no win' decision over Huawei as the firm's CEO calls the US "over-concerned" about China's capabilities This article is sponsored by:

Bojo's Choice - upset the US or upset China? Meanwhile Huawei founder and CEO says that his firm is ready to fend off US action to undermine its business.

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Getting off the HR hamster wheel - advice for turbulent times from Bersin's David Mallon This article is sponsored by:

Bersin’s David Mallon discusses HR’s role in riding the turbulence of what could be a bumpy year in 2020.

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