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UK shift away from GDPR is bold, ambitious, but risky This article is sponsored by:

The British Government’s latest plans for a data-led economy, which will see it move away from GDPR principles, has some good ideas. However, it puts the UK at risk of losing access to its largest trading partner, the EU.

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The politics of data in government This article is sponsored by: Confluent logo

Derk van Ogtrop, Partner Success Director at Confluent, discusses how data in motion may be a solution for governments that are looking to extract their data from siloed legacy applications.

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Brexit Britain on collision course with Brussels as UK launches data reform consultation to break free of EU regulations This article is sponsored by:

The UK Government reckons breaking away from EU data protection standards is a winner. The Secretary of State in charge of this also believes that the internet is 10 years old, mind you...

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Marketers miss the target when first-party data fails to improve customer experience This article is sponsored by: Zoho logo 370px

Zoho's Raju Vegesna shares some ways businesses can use first-party data to build lifetime company advocacy while adding value to the customer experience.

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UK’s COVID-19 Bounce Back Loan scheme undermined by poor data management This article is sponsored by:

MPs on the influential Public Accounts Committee found that the government and the British Business Bank would have suffered fewer losses had they invested in better data management.

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NHS App could be used by citizens to control how their health data is shared This article is sponsored by:

NHS England is considering how the NHS App could one day be used by citizens to control who has access to their healthcare data - with opt-out mechanisms.

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Maintaining public trust in sharing healthcare data when commercial entities play a role This article is sponsored by:

Health data experts working with the NHS share their views on how the institution can build and maintain trust with citizens, in order to take advantage of data sharing.

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A “generational opportunity” to create a “small number of secure platforms” for NHS healthcare data This article is sponsored by:

The National Health Service (NHS) has a chequered history when it comes to using healthcare data to improve services. A new independent review outlines how it can do better going forward.

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The Digital Dollar, the Digital Pound - where US and UK thinking on digital currencies sits in the world This article is sponsored by:

Europe's contemplating its Digital Euro plans, but what's happening in the US and the UK.

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Europe looks towards the Digital Euro, but "less privacy by default" may leave it playing catch-up This article is sponsored by:

What chance a Digital Euro? Privacy is going to be a big barrier to jump on the way...

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Shifting the balance of power - the role of bottom-up data institutions This article is sponsored by:

Bottom-up data instructions are relatively new, but appear to offer individuals and communities an opportunity to take a more active role in data stewardship.

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After Safe Harbor and Privacy Shield, third time lucky for transatlantic data flow regulation? That'd be a definite maybe... This article is sponsored by:

A data flow deal that works, at last! Or is it?

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British Government continues legislate for online safety and security - including new digital ID plans This article is sponsored by:

A slew of announcements in recent days highlight how the British Government is thinking about online safety and security, both from a citizen and a platform point of view.

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