Regulation

Qualcomm finally gets a legal win in Taiwan

The Qualcomm lawyers are building a reputation as the hardest working in the industry, though at least they no-longer have to battle the Taiwanese Fair Trade Commission.

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?

Apple hands Chinese government the keys to the iEmpire

On one side of the world US Politicians are attempting to ban Chinese vendors on the grounds of national security, while on the other Apple has potentially handed control of its users’ data to the Chinese government.

US throws ZTE a lifeline

It looks like ZTE’s kowtowing to US regulatory authorities is paying dividends, as it has been granted permission to conduct some limited business activities there.

Europe steps up focus on regulating AI

The European Commission has launched a new group to support the implementation of the European strategy on artificial intelligence, including contributions to policy development and socio-economic challenges.

UK Gov promises not to meddle in the business of 5G

Pestering public servants are often the downfall of many great ideas, but according to Secretary of State for Digital, Media, Culture and Sport Matt Hancock, the UK Government is going to stay at arm’s length from the 5G rollout.

Polls

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

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