Failure to invest adequately in AI could risk the EU becoming primarily a consumer of solutions developed elsewhere
Having identified what changes are necessary for GDPR, it's now important to work out how to make those changes and to make sure they are implemented at the right time
EU's 2018 'Work Programme' includes legislative proposals related to 5G networking, cyber security, artificial intlelligence and tackling 'fake news'
Despite a tendency to bemoan how slow the law has often been to keep up with major advances in technology, lawmakers have done a good job with automatic software updates
Alistair Maughan comments on Google's EU antitrust fine, regulating IoT, drones and blockchain, and the UK's post-Brext regulatory roadmap
Any organisation suffering an IT failure needs to find a way to restore both the IT systems and its customers' confidence – and that needs to happen quickly
Payment Transparency Regulations came into effect in April 2017 - Alistair Maughan outlines the main steps businesses in the ICT sector should take around transparency in payment practices
Who can do what with IoT and machine-generated data? Who owns it? And are there any restrictions on how that type of data can be commercialised?
Where does Supreme Court decision leave businesses attempting to grapple with the practical realities of Brexit?
SIAM-managed, SME populated ecosystems are here to stay
What does the 2016 Autumn Statement means for the UK technology sector?
'Brexit will not detract from the reasons why parties choose English law'
For now at least, data of non-US entities held outside the US by US-based providers of cloud services do not appear to be directly accessible to US law enforcement through the use of warrants under the SCA
CIOs can take the lead in ensuring IT contracts are not filled with technical jargon
It's hard not to conclude that the Digital Economy Bill seeking to replace the 2010 Digital Economy Act is inward-looking and too focused on infrastructure