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Communications regulator Ofcom faces multiple challenges in making the UK the ‘safest place in the world to be online’ This article is sponsored by:

According to MPs on the influential Public Accounts Committee Ofcom has a delicate balancing act ahead of it as it grapples with the practicalities of the Online Safety Act.

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Inadequate data and poor IT continue to hinder Britain’s cross-government working efforts This article is sponsored by:

For years now central government has had grand plans and argued the case for cross-government working to better deliver services. But it seems little progress has been made, as poor data and IT continue to be a thorn in the side of effective change.

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Why sustainability data sharing needs to start with a trust framework This article is sponsored by:

Gavin Starks, CEO of IcebreakerOne, who co-chaired the birth of the Open Banking Standard, wants to do the same for sustainability data. He believes industry-wide data sharing needs to start with a trust framework rather than fancy tech or a cloud monopoly. What he has to say has important implications for accelerating sustainability efforts and all industry-wide data-sharing collaboration.

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