legislation

US starts whispering to Germany about China ban

The anti-China road-trip has finally made it to Europe as representatives of the US government have met with German counterparts to argue the case to ban Chinese vendors from the 5G deployment.

Democrats eye up Bill of Rights for the Internet

With Silicon Valley seemingly not doing enough to empower the consumer in the digital era, Congressman Ro Khanna is working on new proposals to more tightly regulate the technology industry.

US contemplates its own version of GDPR

The U.S. National Telecommunications and Information Administration has started a 30-day public hearing process to gather comments on its policy options towards consumer privacy protection.

Who is Jeremy Wright, the man in charge of the UK’s digital future?

With the release of the Future Telecoms Infrastructure Review, the UK is now theoretically positioned to tackle the challenges of the digital economy. But who is the man in charge of the Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, leading the charge to the connected era?

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Should privacy be treated as a right to protect stringently, or a commodity for users to trade for benefits?

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