Regulations

White House looks to get ahead of AI

The White House is set to host a conference with Silicon Valley’s best and brightest to learn how laws and regulations should be adapted to fuel the growth of artificial intelligence in years to come.

Huawei gets US probe for suspected Iran naughtiness

Few will be surprised the US government is looking to weaken the already limited position of Huawei in the US, the emergence of a probe from the US Department of Justice is just another stepping stone in US/Chinese tensions.

Trump tax breaks start paying off for Google

Google has unveiled the numbers for the first quarter of 2018, which also happens to be the first period of 11% corporation tax, with the search giant pocketing profits of $9.4 billion, up from $5.4 billion in 2017.

CityFibre hits out at UK fibre advertising rules

CityFibre has rubbished research from the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) that inferred consumers aren’t that bothered by fibre, and claimed other providers are directly misleading potential customers.

Europe bottles it over pan-European content plans

MEPs in the European Parliament’s Legal Affairs (JURI) Committee has approved a watered down version of its pan-European TV ambitions in what some might assume is a result of lobbyist pressure.

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