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World Economic Forum: global digital vision is upbeat, but who picks up the tab? This article is sponsored by:

Three leaders from US tech firms find themselves in optimistic agreement about digital's global potential, but their European counterpart wants to know who's paying?

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World Economic Forum - who do we trust in a post-Snowden digital world? (part 1) This article is sponsored by:

Take 3 US CEOS, one European politician and the man who came up with the World Wide Web and you've got the makings of a significant discussion on trust in a digital age.

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No Prime Minister - Cameron fails to win Obama backing for social media terror policy This article is sponsored by:

Mr Cameron goes to Washington, but doesn't get the backing for his social media battle-cry that he'd hoped for from President Obama. Good!

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Unprofessional outsourcing decisions still haunt government digital future This article is sponsored by:


The UK government wants to break free of bad outsourcing contracts.
But IT decision makers are still signing new deals with the usual suspects, even when they're supposedly in purdah.

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Opinion: holding social media responsible for the death of Fusilier Lee Rigby is grossly unfair This article is sponsored by:

Labour's Shadow Minister for digital, cyber and social enterprise this week debates the role of social networks in the tragic murder of Fusilier Lee Rigby.

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