The final of the Euros this weekend has seen some of England’s players facing deplorable racism on social media. But the calls to introduce ID verification for social media accounts is a short sighted solution to the problem.
This week’s eForum on AI policy tries to locate the signal amidst the noise regarding the UK’s strategy, with help from Professor Dame Wendy Hall.
ServiceNow makes ‘multi-million euro investment in EU services’ as data transfer regulations get murky
The recent Schrems II judgement, which essentially invalidates the Privacy Shield framework for data transfers between the EU and US, creates a complicated environment for cloud customers.
The British Government is this week telling the world that it’s going to be a really good place for digital to thrive. And it has some principles (?) to make that happen.
The extent of the divide between the digital haves and have-nots became crystal clear during the pandemic. So what can be done about it?
MPs on the Work and Pensions Committee have raised concerns about the government’s lack of ambition when it comes to planning for the future of work.
EU and Brexit Britain formalize data adequacy deal - but with a safety net in place in case the UK deviates from European rules
Data can continue to flow unimpeded between the UK and Europe...for now. But Brussels is watching what happens next very closely.
With the tech sector generating as much as three percent of the world’s carbon emissions, the time is now for the industry to take action on the climate emergency.
EU, US tech relations get a photo opp boost, but will this build the digital society we want or just the one we deserve?
The US and the EU are coming together in a new tech accord, but will it really help build the digital society we need? EC Commissioner Margrethe Vestager makes her case.
What does it take to turn sustainability hype into practical reality? Questions smart buyers need to ask their ERP vendors
Recent ERP announcements re: sustainability are long on potential and short on details. Will vendors deliver what the market needs? Here are the questions smart buyers should ask.
The UK is claiming credit for winning G7 agreement on a minimum tax rate for the digital economy. Peace in our time! (That worked out well last time...)
In all the talk about resilience lately, is anyone asking if resilience a good thing and why must we be resilient? Turns out, what you thought was a good characteristic might be covering up major executive flaws.
Conduct most becoming - Europe’s new Cloud Code of Conduct shines a light on trust and transparency between buyers and sellers
Making life easier for customers when choosing cloud services providers - a new Code of Conduct from the EU has noble ambitions. The challenge now is to put them into long-term practice.